Arsenal frontman Nicklas Bendtner has opened negotiations with several clubs as he looks to move on from the Emirates Stadium.
According to the Daily Mail, the Danish striker has spoken to a number of teams regarding a possible transfer, but will not decide on his future until after Denmark's Euro 2012 campaign.
Bendtner spent last season on loan at Sunderland, and he is not believed to be in Arsene Wenger's plans for next season.
Speaking to talkSPORT, Bendtner said: "Yes, I have talked to other clubs. I have told all the clubs that I want to wait until after Euro 2012."
Wenger has already brought in Lukas Podolski from Cologne, narrowing Bendtner's chances of nailing down a first-team place. However, Gunners captain Robin van Persie's future remains unresolved, and the Arsenal boss would have to sign a replacement should the Dutchman opt to move on.
Wenger also plans to let go a number of fringe players, with Denilson, Sebastien Squillaci and Johan Djourou all expected to move on this summer.