Nacer left Arsenal in 2011 after making three first-team appearances for the Gunners.
The Dutch forward scored in Arsenal's traditional pre-season curtain-raiser against Barnet for the third successive year in July 2009.
He appeared as a substitute in a Carling Cup victory over West Brom but a shoulder injury then kept the strong, pacy attacker out of action for four months, denying him the first-team opportunities available to his peers.
He marked his return to the reserve team in February 2010 with a fine goal against Stoke and added to his tally against Birmingham City, Aston Villa and Portsmouth. Nacer continued to rise through the Dutch youth ranks and was a regular for their Under-20s.
A unsuccessful loan spell at Vitesse in 2010 signalled the end of Nacer's Arsenal career but he received regular playing time at Austria Wien before joining up with AS Monaco and Utrecht.