Yasmeen Nazir's fate 'sealed' as Ryan drops huge clue #Corrie #CoronationStreet

Alya Nazir (played by Sair Khan) struggled to keep her cool on Coronation Street after being goaded by Geoff Metcalfe (Ian Bartholomew). Ryan Connor (Ryan Prescott) came to her rescue but he may have dropped a heartbreaking clue on Yasmeen Nazir’s (Shelley King) fate as the pair discussed the Speed Daal chef’s condition.

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“Feeling any better?” Ryan asked and Alya replied: “No because he’s winning and I can’t stand it.

“My gran’s in hospital I can’t bear to work alongside him but he won’t let me buy him out.

“And now he’s made an offer for my share of the business.”

Alya continued: “I said no and then he more or less promised to make my life a misery and guess what? He is.

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“Do you know I was so short-staffed today? He texted Naveed and told him not to come in so I had to do everything including the cooking on my own.”

Ryan said: “If it’s causing you this much grief maybe you should think about selling up.”

“Why should I be the one to sell up?” Alya asked. “And I reckon having the business will give my gran something to focus on when she gets out.

“But if I’m honest unless any new information comes out I can’t see that happening for a while.

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