Nicklas Bendtner’s season with Arsenal has been limited to only a few numbers of appearances and after going through Sunderland and Juventus on loan deals but his return to the Premier League club has not made any significant difference towards Arsene Wenger choices of selecting other players in starting lineup.
The Danish attacker’s time at the Emirates Stadium has run up as he expressed his desire to leave Arsenal with the German league turning out to be a likely destination as he revealed details of his next football destination.
"I like Italy a lot, but the German league also looks exciting. Bayern are strongly in command, but they can be challenged. I do not have a particular preference, because all I want is a place where I get regular match practice and can be happy. I've put a lot of thought into what I want, but the most important thing is to go to a place where I can get more playing time. I need to play more to also keep my place in the national team." Bendtner said.
Arsenal recently lifted the FA Cup as they overcame Hull City at the Wembley Stadium which ended the club’s trophy drought they had experienced for the past 9 years and for such an important match, Bendtner played no part which is sometime that has become often as the Danish does not have any influential role in Arsene Wenger’s plans and it does not look like it’s going to change anytime soon.
The FA Cup triumph will give Arsene Wenger and the players of the club that there still is more to come in the upcoming years. There is no doubt whatsoever that the French tactician is going to continue his search for a reliable attacking player who can perform alongside Giroud which means that Bendtner does not play any significant roles in Wenger’s plans.