Date: 7th May 2011 at 1:30pm
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are reportedly another club in the hunt for out-of-favour forward Nicklas Bendtner this summer, according to the Daily Mail.

Mark Hughes is thought to be on the look out for two strikers this summer and also considered a loan move for the Denmark international during the winter window, but the decided against the proposed move.

However, the 23-year-old front-man is eager to play more regular football and would consider offers this summer. Everton, Blackburn, Hamburg and are all said to be interested in the striker’s services.

The clubs interested in Bendtner, who has netted 8 goals in 30 appearances this season for the Gunners, certainly have a chance of acquiring his signature during the summer after Arsene recently admitted that his future remains uncertain at Arsenal.

The Frenchman will sit down with Bendtner at the end of the season to discuss his future, and should the striker decide to call time on his career this summer, then would completely understand:

‘I will sit down with Nicklas at the end of the season to see how he feels.’

‘I completely agree that he did not get enough chances, it was a very difficult season for him.’

‘He must be frustrated and I am as well because I feel he was not involved enough.’

I personally wouldn’t be sad to see Bendtner leavethe club this summer. To be honest, I would love for to sell the Dane and use the cash generated from the sale (along with our reported £40 million summer funds) to acquire a prolific striker to partner Robin van Persie, who I see as a second striker rather than a pure one.

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