Bendtner Snr Confirms NB52 Is Open To Switch Clubs + Olsen Views On The Situation
Nicklas Bendtner, sadly, looks like he is on his way out of The Emirates. His father/agent has confirmed today that he is open to the idea of switching clubs because of being tired of spending time on the bench. Personally, for me as a Arsenal fan it is not good news, I believe NB52 was never given a fair role here and having watched him on numerous occasions for The reserve sides back in 2005-6 and for Denmark and on his loan spell at Birmingham you can see the quality he has blessed with good feet, decent pace and good in the air he has it all. You cannot blame him for wanting to partways with Arsenal, he is definately the sort of player that needs to be the no.1 striker at a club and be the main man which he has always destined to be.
Thomas Bendtner, ( NB52’s Agent) went on to say . . .
Nicklas is 100 per cent open now to a change of clubs. He has made his decision and he has told it to Arsenal. Nicklas needs to be playing regularly from the start, so, sadly, he must leave. He wanted to finish the season first, so no-one could say he didn’t fight for a first-team place right until the end. There is real interest from both English and German clubs, and Bayern Munich were after him, earlier. It’s very exciting. But talk about Aston Villa is rubbish. He has not met anyone from there.
Danish national team manager Morten Olsen also spoke on the matter . . .
He should try going to one of the major league’s where the pace, intensity and quality in general is highest. It is what makes him a better player. He is only 23 years and has had an unlucky last season. He will kick-start his career again, so it’s about getting the right place to go. Whether it is Arsenal or another good club, he must decide.There are many good clubs in the big leagues. It is there that I assume that he is looking away. The four major leagues in Europe, where football is played with great intensity, and where it is hardest to be attacking . It must be where he is seeking to go.
Article By Matthew Collins