Nicklas Bendtner could be on his way to Hull City after negotiations with Eintract Frankfurt fell through due to the striker's high wage demands, reports The Sun.
Earlier this week, Eintract Frankfurt chairman Heribert Bruchhagen cast his doubts upon signing Arsenal's Bendtner.
Bendtner travelled to Germany on Tuesday to close the deal, but after hearing the Dane's wage demands, Frankfurt have bulked at a move for the striker.
According to SkySports, Bruchhagen said: "After weighing up all the arguments, Bendtner turned out not to be a realistic prospect.
"Now it's up to us. There are no problems with Arsenal. We have to see if it's financially viable."
Bendtner spent last season on loan with Juventus, where he failed to impress due to an apparent lack of fitness.
The season before, the Dane was at Sunderland, where he became a remarkably influential part of the squad.
Now it seems Bendtner will return to the Premier League under former manager Steve Bruce. The Tigers boss coached Bendtner at Birmingham and Sunderland while he was on loan.
After the collapse of the £3million deal with Eintracht Frankfurt, it is very much plausible that Bendtner would prefer to play under a man he's already worked with.
Bruce will be looking to sign Bendtner in a bid to strengthen his newly-promoted squad with experienced players.
Though it may not seem so at first, Bendtner certainly falls under that category as he's played Champions League football with Arsenal, has played for three Premier League teams (Arsenal, Birmingham, and Sunderland), and became an irreplaceable part of the Danish team at last summer’s European Championship.
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