Emirates Stadium squad trimming set to continue.
Arsenal continue to look to trim their expansive squad ahead of big-name additions and three squad players are now strongly linked with moves to the Bundesliga.
Danish international Nicklas Bendtner, who spent last season out on loan at Juventus, is the subject of interest from Eintracht Frankfurt according to the Sky Sports.
The club’s sporting director Heribert Buchhagen claims his side are in ‘serious negotiations’ with the North London club, who are ready to accept as little as £3m for the 25 year old, who is unlikely to play another first team fixture for the Gunners.
Having spent time out on loan at Hannover Johan Djourou is now being targeted by Hamburg according to talkSPORT and with speculation rife that Arsene Wenger is looking to bring in another centre-back this summer it seems likely that any decent offer for the Swiss international will be considered.
The 26 year old has been at Arsenal since 2002 but has never been a first team regular and may feel the time is right to leave the Emirates Stadium.
Veteran midfielder Tomas Rosicky has been used on a limited basis by Wenger in recent seasons and could well be on his way out and as well as interest from Greek side Olympiakos talkSPORT claim that Hamburg are also keen on the 32 year old Czech Republic international.
Rosicky has showed glimpses of quality form over the past 18 months but finds himself down Wenger’s pecking order and may feel that as he is in the latter stages of his career he can not afford to be wasting away on the bench.
Prior to his move to Arsenal the cultured midfielder spent five successful years in Germany with Borussia Dortmund, during which time he helped the Westfalenstadion side to a domestic title.