Unwanted Bendtner is on his way out at the Emirates.
Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner has become a transfer target for Bundesliga side Eintracht Frankfurt, with Malaga also reportedly interested in the Dane.
Bendtner has been a complete flop during his time at the Emirates Stadium and it’s unlikely many Gunners fans will be sad to see the back of the 25-year-old.
In fact many Arsenal supporters may have forgotten the Denmark international is even on the books in north London, with the forward having made just one substitute’s appearance for the club in the past two seasons.
Bendtner spent last year on-loan at Serie A champions Juventus and the previous campaign he traveled to the north-east of England for a spell at Sunderland.
Despite Juve’s success in 2012/13 it would be hard to argue the striker played any significant part, having failed to impress in Turin and being used just 11 times and not scoring once.
Bundesliga side Borussia Monchengladbach have already declined to make a bid for Bendtner – who could be available for as little as £3m – but their fellow Germans Frankfurt look set to take up the offer.
“We are in serious negotiations with Bendtner,” sports director Heribert Buchhagen was quoted on Sky Sports.
Buchhagen also had comments to make about Sparta Prague striker Vaclav Kadlec, who’s potential transfer was thought to be a priority.
“Kadlec is not bought yet,” he said.
Therefore with the Kadlec deal on the back-burner a transfer for Bendtner looks increasingly likely and Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger could finally have his wish and get the troubled Dane off his books.