Dane would love Italian stay.
“I do not regret choosing Juventus, it was an easy transition to make and everyone at the club has made me feel welcome,” said Bendtner.
“I am very happy in Turin, it is a wonderful and ambivalent city. It’s my wish to remain here after my loan finishes, but I must first prove myself, and to do that I need to play.”
On loan Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner has revealed that he would like to join Serie A Champions Juve permanently when his loan expires at the end of the season but the confident Dane might find that the feeling isn’t entirely mutual.
The 24-year-old signed for the Old Lady on deadline day, appearing to be something of a last resort after Juve had failed in bids for Fernando Llorente, Robin van Persie, Luis Suarez and Dimitar Berbatov during the summer.
Despite a decent Euro 2012, Bendtner reportedly arrived in Turin overweight and unfit, leaving club officials mightily unimpressed and he has consequently made just one appearance from the bench.
Unless Bendtner bucks up his ideas fast, he could find himself consigned to the sidelines for the majority of the season.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has said that Bendtner could return to the Emirates after his loan spell and says the Denmark international is still young enough to forge a successful career in North London.
At the moment, despite what Bendtner wants, a return to his parent club is looking the most likely outcome for next summer.
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