Samir Nasri could face a two-year ban from international duty, as the French Football Federation (FFF) prepare to discuss the midfielder's behaviour at Euro 2012, L'Equipe reports.
The Manchester City man made the headlines for all the wrong reasons when he celebrated his goal against England with an outburst toward the French press, before challenging a journalist to a fight during a heated exchange in the mixed zone after Les Bleus' quarter-final loss against Spain.
The 25-year-old's behaviour has not gone down too well with the FFF, and the governing body will meet next Tuesday to discuss the matter.
Nasri could reportedly be suspended until after the 2014 World Cup due to his actions at the tournament in Poland and Ukraine.
Furthermore, Yann M'Vila, Jeremy Menez and Hatem Ben Arfa have all come under scrutiny as well following their behaviour at the European Championship, and could also be in for suspensions.
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