Just when you thought things couldn't get any worse for Arsenal...
Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner today restated his desire to leave the club he grew up at.
The cocky Danish striker said in an interview with Danish news site Sporten.dk that he has become unhappy and wants to leave the club he spent all his career at in between loan spells at Birmingham and Sunderland.
After losing Van Persie to Man United, we think Wenger may not have appeasing the languid Bendtner, who has only scored double figures in one season of his 160 game, 7 season career, on the top of his To Do List.
Despite the departure of Van Persie Bendtner’s first team opportunities will still be limited next season with the arrivals of Lukas Podolski and Olivier Giroud.
Bendtner has said prospective suitors for his services must meet certain criteria - he must be able to play regularly and in the Champions League.
Amazingly the striker has said that money isn’t a priority telling the Danish news outlet, “I do not think about the money, I just want to be happy. I want to leave Arsenal."
He has in the past proclaimed himself one of the best strikers in the world, though his goal-scoring record suggests otherwise, and surprisingly one of the best teams in the world are reportedly interested in him.
AC Milan, who looking for a tall forward after selling Zlatan Ibrahimovic to Paris St-Germain and are thought to be interested in the forward and ready to move on him.
Arsenal fans must be really devastated now.