Nicklas Bendtner’s aspirations to leave Arsenal are growing forever frustrating, after Borussia Monchengladbach confirmed they rejected an offer to sing the Dane. 

The striker has not had the best string of seasons recently, as he barely managed to clock nine appearances for Juventus on his loan last season.

The 25-year-old has had a lot of frustration in building a move from the Emirates, and will not be happy to realise that Monchengladbach are not looking “for the type of player like Bendtner.” 

Since then, he has appeared on the radar of Eintracht Frankfurt, but nothing has surfaced about a potential move for the Danish forward.

Until a move can be made, the player still enjoys a favour in national selection, so he is still a popular man in Denmark. But, he will need to give some serious consideration to his club career if he still wants to be fit enough to play for the national team.

But, it is a doubt as to whether any other clubs can put up with Bendtner as he has been on the wrong side of the law – as well as the team sheet – after racking up a number of traffic offenses. 

The player’s ethics are not looking good for a candidate form either, after he missed multiple training sessions in protest of his dispute over his wages with Arsene Wenger a few seasons ago.

Now, people will understand that Bendtner is most likely not on most club’s wish-lists considering that the Dane has been known for exploiting player power; especially in his last few seasons at Arsenal.

As Juventus are not interested in retaining the services of the forward, it is clear that Bendtner will most likely be in the Arsenal training camp for next season.

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