National team boss wants striker to leave Gunners.
Denmark coach Morten Olson has told Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner that he needs to quit the club in order to play moer first team football, Inside Futbol reports.
The outcast striker had been tipped to make his exit from the club this summer with the likes of Sunderland, Stoke, Crystal Palace and Hull all interested in acquiring his services, but Arsene Wenger put a late block on any prospective deal thanks to the striker shortage at the Emirates.
Bendtner recently voiced his displeasure at being made to stay at the club and play a bit part role at the Emirates and has vowed to get himself into good shape in preparation for a new club.
And Olson feels that Bendtner is suffering for being made to play such a peripheral role at the club.
“Bendtner scored two great goals for us in the game against Italy, but there were also things he lacked in the match and this only comes through playing games”, Olsen told reporters.
“It is for this reason that he should find something new this winter, and so, we know that well.
“I think he will make the recommendation to himself and that is the main thing. Footballers want to play football.
“He has maybe ten years left to go; he must use them well.”