AC Milan leaders have begun talks with Arsenal regarding the transfer of Dutch Danish striker Nicklas Bendtner, who returned from loan (Sunderland), but he is not in the plans of Arsene Wenger and he was told that he can leave the club.

Wearing the jersey of Sunderland last season,Bendtner has played 31 games and was scorer of eight goals, but because of numerous problems off the field Bendtner has fallen into disfavor of manager Martin O’Neill, which is why he abandoned the idea of ​​signing the Dutch striker after the loan end.

Arsenal also want to get rid of the 24-year old Dane, in order to get money to bring other players, but finding an appropriate buyer for Bendtner has proved to be a difficult task, since already failed negotiations with Malaga and Benfica.

However, in the “game” AC Milan got involved, who began negotiations over the weekend with the Gunners about transfer that should be worth about ten million.

Because of this bid,Wenger has omitted Bendtner from the list of passengers for the pre-season tour in Asia, and hopes that he will be sold before Gunners return from the tour in early August.

Milan wants to resolve this transfer as possible,but only by their appropriate price.

It is believed that for Nicklas Bendtner is interested and Turkish Fenerbahce, but still no official offer came from that club.

Join Us on Facebook!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.