There is loads of speculation surrounding Samir Nasri at the moment.
Will he, or won't he, sign a new contract at Arsenal? I don't know to be honest because I'm not a psychic, his mind, or his agent.
What I do know is Nasri needs to be careful. He needs to be careful because things can change rather quickly.
Before this contract situation arose Samir was becoming quite a hero amongst Gooners. A bit like Superman.
However, now there are a few disgruntled remarks coming from some Arsenal fans, especially when we see that he is flirting a little bit with Manchester United.
Views can change quicker than Usain Bolt these days.
Look at Emmanuel Adebayor, loved at the club, a few silly comments later and most Gooners would now gladly give him a slap.
These players need to realise football fans are alienated easily. We know that greed is rife throughout the game and loyalty takes second place.
Nasri has had one half decent season since he arrived in 2008. The rest of his time with us has been spent showing flashes of what he can do.
Does this warrant him getting a contract to put him on a par with Cesc Fabregas on the payroll? I don't think it does.
The reason he hasn't yet signed a deal is down to pound-notes. Arsene Wenger said so the other week.
If this is the case then in my opinion the club cannot be held to ransom by Nasri, his agent or international kidnappers.
Of course I want him to stay, but nobody is bigger than the club. Especially a player who been here three years and has only performed for six months of that time.
That may sound harsh, but I think it is fair.
People question Cesc Fabregas' future all the time but you cannot question his loyalty to Arsenal. To be with a club the length of time he has been with us in this day and age is rare.
Nasri would do well to think about that.
Samir has developed into a fantastic player at Arsenal under Arsene Wenger's tutelage.
He should show a bit of loyalty to the club, Gooners and Arsene Wenger and not talk about other clubs like Manchester United because opinion on him will change.
If he doesn't sign a deal then fair enough, leave. He'll find the grass isn't always greener on the other side.
But don't disrespect by hinting about other clubs. Or you will go from a hero to a hate figure in no time Samir.
Keep It goonerish........