Sunderland loanee Nicklas Bendtner has launched an attack on Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger just days after leaving the club.
The Danish international, still contracted to the Gunners despite moving to the Black Cats with a view to a permanent £8 million move, has struggled to earn first team opportunities under Arsene Wenger at the Emirates.
“I will never go back to Arsenal. If I can have it my way, I will never play for them again, after my car accident I never really got the chance to earn a spot in the first team," said the forward.
"That is over one-and-a-half years with no real chance to prove myself.”
Steve Bruce's striker signing can't wait to get his chance at the Stadium of Light following the deadline day move, and expects to be at a new club permanently after the season finishes.
“I am really looking forward to playing for Sunderland and then we will see next summer. I will find a new club – but I will not go back to Arsenal, that’s for sure,” he concluded.
It was a busy 24 hours for the Arsenal boss on deadline day, with five new players coming into the club and five players going out, three on loan.
After the international break, Arsenal face Swansea at the Emirates looking to bounce back from last weekend's 8-2 defeat at Old Trafford.
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