Arsenal striker has multiple offers to leave

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Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner's agent has insisted that recent negative press surrounding his client has not stopped offers for next season coming in, telling the Daily Star that he is exploring a multitude of interesting opportunities for the Danish forward.

Bendtner is out of contract at the end of the season and free to talk terms with any interested parties over a free transfer, with any slim hopes of staying at the Emirates surely ended by his unauthorized trip home to Copenhagen last week.

The 26-year-old has started just two games for Arsenal all season but his agent Tom Brookes is adamant that a lack of first-team action will not affect his chances of finding a new club during the close season.

Brookes told the Daily Star: "We have a number of options we are considering. It is also what you would expect when dealing with a player with Nicklas' qualities."

Gunners boss Arsene Wenger is highly unlikely to use Bendtner again this season, following an ill-fated drunken episode in Copenhagen last Tuesday.

The Gunners have used Bendtner sparingly despite having just Olivier Giroud as a fit central striker for large parts of the campaign, a sure sign that his days at the Emirates are numbered.

Via loan spells with Birmingham City, Sunderland and Juventus the Danish giant has now been an Arsenal player for just shy of nine years, scoring 47 times in 168 senior appearances.

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