Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner could be set for a move away from the club in the next couple of weeks according to his agent. The Danish striker performed well at the Euro 2012, which has apparently boosted the number of clubs interested in securing his services.
The 24-year-old striker has already revealed that he would not like to return to Arsenal before the start of the season, as he has been treated extremely badly by the manager Arsene Wenger. The Danish striker scored two goals at the Euro 2012, which helped Denmark finished above Netherlands in the third position.
Even though the exact fee required to secure his signature is not known yet, it is believed that Arsenal would be willing to accept an offer of around £ 8 million for the striker. Nicklas Bendtner spent the last season on loan at Sunderland, but Sunderland manager Martin O'Neill has revealed that the striker has rejected the offer of being able to join the north-east club. The agent of the 24-year-old striker has revealed that there is global interest in order to secure his signature, but failed to reveal the name of the clubs due to the fact that there are many.
"The interest is overwhelming, just as it should be after the way Nicklas performed at Euro 2012. We are getting closer day by day. We are not commenting on individual deals at the moment, but it is fair to say the interest in Nicklas is global," said Nicklas Bendtner's agent Jesper Lynghus in an interview given to a Danish newspaper. The 24-year-old striker has previously played for clubs like Birmingham city and has great experience of English football. However, it is thought that he is ready to leave England in search of new pastures. Germany has been touted as a possible destination.