Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger insists he would have no problem picking contract rebel Samir Nasri against Liverpool on Saturday.[LNB] Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini remains hopeful a deal to sign the midfielder could be tied up "very quickly", with discussions between the two clubs believed to have been going on for some time.[LNB]However, Wenger maintains while the 24-year-old - who has yet to sign a new deal and could leave for nothing next summer - is still an Arsenal player, there is no reason to leave him out now he is fully fit after a bout of illness.[LNB]Nasri, though, could be in for a hostile reception from some sections of the home support, with the midfielder using his Twitter account to hit out at the "disrespectful" chants during last weekend's game at Newcastle.[LNB]Nevertheless, Wenger - who this week saw captain Cesc Fabregas sold to Barcelona - told a news conference: "One thing I don't question is the commitment of Samir Nasri to this club.[LNB]"Every day since he has arrived here, every day in pre-season, he has worked with a fantastic spirit in training."[LNB]Wenger added: "The fans will want Arsenal to play well and win the game. They do not make an individual case of each player in each position.[LNB]"They want good players and to win the football game."[LNB]Wenger maintains the views of a minority of hard-core supporters grabbing headlines should not be taken as the general stance from the stands.[LNB]"You have to be careful," the Arsenal manager continued.[LNB]"We live in a modern democracy where everybody has a right to have their opinion, but it does not mean always that a few opinions represent the majority.[LNB]"The unfortunate thing is that the extreme opinions get more media attention than people who have normal common sense and intelligence.[LNB]"Because a few people have a bad opinion of one person, it does not necessarily represent the majority of our fans.[LNB]"The majority of our fans are behind our players and I think they will show that tomorrow."[LNB]The expected sale of Nasri would bring in around another £22million to add to the £30million Barcelona paid for Fabregas.[LNB]Arsenal have been linked with a string of players this summer, including the likes of England defensive duo Phil Jagielka and Gary Cahill.[LNB]Wenger accepts given injuries his squad are now a bit light in midfield, as well as at the back.[LNB]However, the Arsenal manager said: "We have lost big players, but number-wise we should be capable of doing well. If we find quality we will add quality to our squad and we work very hard on it."[LNB]Wenger, however, maintains not signing proven Premier League talent is "nothing to do with the money", and again urged Arsenal supporters to keep the faith.[LNB]"I believe I have shown in my 15 years here I am capable to make the right decision for the right players - you have seen more world class players here, or as many as anywhere else," he said.[LNB]"You have to trust my judgement - one day somebody else will make the decisions in my place and we will have to trust him."[LNB]Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish, meanwhile, has certainly been busy in his rebuilding programme at Anfield - spending millions on Englishmen Andy Carroll, Jordan Henderson, Stewart Downing and Scotland's Charlie Adam.[LNB]"They were hyperactive in the market," Wenger said. "They bought many players. You can basically say it started in January - they have bought eight or nine players since so they fight very hard to come back to the top four, that shows you it is not easy as everybody thinks."