Samir Nasri finally secured a move to Manchester City from Arsenal on Wednesday in a deal believed to cost the Citizens around $39 million.

The 24-year-old has moved to the Etihad Stadium on a four-year contract and is set to make his City debut on Sunday at White Hart Lane against Tottenham.

Nasri started Arsenal's match with Liverpool this past weekend, but his departure was always likely after he turned down a contract extension with his deal set to expire at the end of the season.

The France international joined Arsenal in 2008 from Marseille and he enjoyed a breakout season last term, scoring 15 goals.

In addition to Nasri, City has also signed Arsenal defender Gael Clichy, with Sergio Aguero, Stefan Savic and Costel Pantilimon also joining the club over the summer.