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Milan chase Arsenal striker Bendtner


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By Andrew Tuft

Wednesday 29 August 2012

Serie A side Milan could be set to swoop for Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner, the Daily Mirror has reported, with Arsene Wenger willing to let the Denmark international leave for a fee in the region of £5m.



Milan’s rivals Juventus have also been mentioned in connection with the 24-year-old, who has been allowed to miss training with Arsenal in an effort to find a new club before the close of the transfer window. Wenger is said to be keen for Bendtner to move on, having allowed the player to spend last season on loan at Premier League outfit Sunderland.


Despite the £5m fee - which the Mirror refers to as cut-price - it is thought that Milan are more interested in the possibility of taking Bendtner on loan for a year. The Mirror adds that financial concerns and rumours of a takeover of the San Siro club mean they are reluctant to spend money unnecessarily.


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