Arsenal flop Nicklas Bendtner has revealed that he is open to the idea of moving to the Bundesliga once his contract is up in the summer.
According to Sky Sports the Danish striker, who has once again failed to make a lasting impact in Arsene Wenger’s first-team this campaign, has spoken about the prospect of leaving the Emirates at the end of the season, and admitted that a move to Germany may well be on the cards.
Bendtner’s contract will not be renewed in north London when it expires in the coming months, and the general consensus is that he isn’t of the required calibre to fire the Gunners to success.
When asked where he saw himself plying his trade as of next term Bendtner, who has been on three loan spells in England and Italy in recent seasons, said: "I like Italy a lot, but the German league also looks exciting.
"Bayern are strongly in command, but they can be challenged.
"I do not have a particular preference, because all I want is a place where I get regular match practice and can be happy."
As of yet no teams have made any strong moves to clinch a deal for the misfiring striker, and they may be put off by his lofty contract demands.