Non-scoring Dane has been a disaster in the capital.
Unwanted Arsenal front man Nicklas Bendtner will make a final decision on which club he is to play for next season within the next fortnight, says the Daily Mirror.
The lanky Denmark international has been at the Emirates for the past six seasons now, having originally signed for the north London club in the summer of 2004.
However, despite initially proving to be a success with the Gunners, the 25-year-old soon found himself surplus to requirements by Arsenal head coach Arsene Wenger, who shipped the misfiring forward out on loan to both Sunderland, and then to Serie A champions Juventus for the whole of the previous campaign.
Bendtner, though, continued to struggle to hit the target during his year in Turin, failing to find the back of the net in any of his 12 appearances for the ‘Old Lady of Italian Football’, and now the player is set to depart the capital as soon as the transfer window has opened on July 1.
“Arsenal have agreed with five clubs so now it is up to me to make a choice. I will make that choice within the next 14 days,” said Bendtner.
“They are all good clubs. It is a hugely important choice I’m faced with. I must go where I am wanted. As a footballer, there is only one thing that can make you happy: playing time.
“Will it be good for me to go to a big club where I risk the bench? No, I’d rather go somewhere where the club is located just below the top where I can play every week.
“I can take a step back to take three forward.”