Bendtner set for Arsenal exit

Nicklas Bendtner is expected to draw an end to his Arsenal career in the near future, the Daily Mirror has reported, with Bundesliga side Eintracht Frankfurt the likely destination for the Denmark international.

A fee in the region of £3m is the mooted cost for the 25-year-old, who spent last season on loan at Juventus but struggled to make an impression in Serie A. The year before saw Bendtner play for Sunderland, with Bendtner’s last league goal coming in April 2012 for the Black Cats.

Bendtner has been at Arsenal for eight years, moving to north London as a teenager and spending time on loan at Birmingham City early in his Gunners career. He has not played for Arsene Wenger’s side since 2011, scoring 43 goals in his 157 appearances.

A move to Hamburg was rejected by Bendtner in January but the striker now feels he has to leave Arsenal – and is willing to move to a less high-profile club in order to gain regular first team football. La Liga team Malaga are said to have shown an interest in the striker but it appears he will move to Frankfurt instead.

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