Samir Nasri, who plays for Manchester City, got very lucky and is dating Victoria’s Secret model Anara Atanes.The new couple started dating earlier this year and were seen together publicly for the first time at Atanes’ 25th birthday in February.Uefa says Nasri has been found guilty of using a “prohibited method” in violation of the World Anti-Doping Code and Uefa’s anti-doping regulations.A Los Angeles clinic, Drip Doctors, posted a photo of Nasri on its Facebook and Twitter accounts in December 2016, saying it provided him with a drip “to help keep him hydrated and in top health during his busy soccer season.” He was playing at Spanish team Sevilla at the time, on loan from Manchester City. He has been in three celebrity relationships averaging approximately 1.3 years each. Samir Nasri will be banned for six months after breaking Uefa's Anti-Doping Regulations during the 2016-2017 season for visiting a Los Angeles intravenous therapy clinic.'People look at me thinking, "Oh, you are probably going to go through the same thing." [Nicole] says, "Don't let people pressure you to do what they think is cool, like taking drugs. Former France international Samir Nasri has been banned from football for six months for an anti-doping violation dating from 2016.
“In this context, the CEDB (control, ethics and disciplinary body) has decided to suspend Samir Nasri for six months for violation of the World Anti-doping Code and the UEFA anti-doping regulations.World Anti-Doping Agency rules stipulate that there is a 50 millilitre limit every six hours for active athletes unless there is a specific medical reason, and Nasri would have needed a Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE) to be exempt from the regulation.Uefa announced last month that it would uphold the decision made by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), which dismissed an appeal by Nasri that the treatment be regarded as a TUE, leading to the possibility of a ban.“This decision was taken on 22 February and is open to appeal.” Nasri was the subject of a Spanish Anti-Doping Agency (Aepsad) investigation after a tweet posted by the Los Angeles clinic 'Drip Doctors' revealed that the then Sevilla player, on loan from Manchester City, had received its "concierge Immunity IV Drip" (saline fluid) in December 2016.The news broke in bizarre fashion when the ‘Drip Doctors’ account tweeted about Nasri’s attendance, which led to a series of explicit and swiftly-deleted tweets from Nasri’s account. The picture caught the attention of Richard Ings, a former Australian Sports Anti-Doping Agency [Asasa] officer, who sent it on to Wada and the AEPSAD, adding the comment “which should be of great interest”.The Frenchman avoided a possible four year ban, and the punishment is half the two years that Uefa had initially imposed on the former Arsenal and Manchester City player.