Nearly a week ago, Nicklas Bendtner claimed he was in talks with five clubs about a move away from Arsenal after admitting he won’t be receiving regular game time under Arsene Wenger.
Despite having one-year left on his existing contract, the Danish forward has become surplus to requirements at The Emirates, spending season-long loans at Sunderland and Juventus in the last two seasons.
And it seems the 25-year-old has finally taken the hint that he is no longer wanted, nor needed.
The Gunners have already accepted five separate offers for Bendtner, and it is now up to the Denmark international to choose where he wants to play his football from next season onwards.
Eintracht Frankfurt recently confirmed they are one of the five teams interested in the Dane.
The Bundesliga club’s manager, Heribert Buch Hagen, was quoted in Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten saying:
‘We are talking seriously with Bendtner.’
Hamburg, Borussia Mochengladbach and Besiktas are understood to be three of the five clubs chasing Bendtner.
As long as we get shot of the Dane, for a decent enough price, I don’t care who he signs for!
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