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Italian giants set sights on Arsenal striker - reports

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AC Milan are reportedly keen on bringing Nicklas Bendtner to Italy.

The Danish international joined Sunderland on loan on deadline day, leaving the Emirates under a cloud and instantly dismissing the possibility of a return to the club.

A handful of teams across Europe are likely to be keen on taking the player permanently from Arsenal, and talkSPORT reports that AC Milan are monitoring the player's situation over a possible move.

Italian sources claim the Serie 'A' outfit were keen on taking the player to the San Siro from Arsenal during the recently closed transfer window, and will make a 'tentative enquiry' over a possible move next summer.


 

Bendtner joined Arsenal in 2005, but the 23-year-old has failed to live up to his own hype during six years with the Gunners, and has subsequently been sent out to Wearside following the arrival of Gervinho and Park Chu-Young.

Despite limited opportunities in north London, interest clearly remains high in the talented forward, and Arsenal could yet take advantage and cash-in on the player.

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