Date: 14th August 2012 at 9:18am
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Danish striker Nicklas Bendtner has told the Danish press that staying at Arsenal “is not an option.” The Danish striker has been eyeing the exit door for the last twelve months or so, though a loan move to Sunderland ended with nearly as many police cautions as goals.


It was hoped a half decent Euro 2012 campaign- in which he scored three goals and got in trouble for his pants- would hasten his departure, but Bendtner is being rather picky about his destination, ‘Arsenal is not an option and that is something both the club and I agree on,’ Bendtner told sporten.dk.


‘I expect to have found a solution to my situation before the window closes. There are concrete negotiations in the works.’


Asked if he had turned down some offers, Bendtner added: ‘Yes I have and there are a lot of different reasons for that.


‘I have three demands and I won’t sign a deal with a club who aren’t prepared to fill those demands.’


Rumours suggest Bendtner has offers from Spain, Germany and Italy, but all are struggling to meet his demands. Apparently it`s pretty hard to train a puffin to burp “I love Nicklas Bendtner” in three different languages. Statue wax is also said to be rather pricey.