Nasri and Kompany spent six years together at Manchester City and won two Premier League titles and the League Cup in that time
Vincent Kompany has signed former Manchester City team-mate Samir Nasri to Anderlecht on a free transfer.
The Belgian defender, 33, left City this summer following the club’s historic treble-winning season, ending 11 years of service to become player-manager of the Belgium outfit.
Nasri departs West Ham where he featured just six times after a series of niggling injuries.
The former Arsenal midfielder joined West Ham on New Year’s Day as a free agent after more than a year out on the sidelines owing to a doping ban.
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Nasri signed on an initial six-month deal in the hope of earning a longer contract with the Hammers, but they decided against offering him one.
After making the switch from Arsenal in 2011, Nasri spent six years at City with Kompany and together they would win two Premier League titles and the 2014 League Cup.