Striker yet to decide where future lies.
Arsenal have reportedly agreed a fee with Bundesliga side Eintracht Frankfurt plus four other clubs for the sale of troubled striker Nicklas Bendtner, the Mirror reports.
Reports in Denmark have suggested that the German side have agreed terms with the club and the player but are waiting on the final word from the 25-year-old over whether they can press ahead with the deal.
National daily newspaper Ekstra Bladet claims that Sporting Director Bruno Hübner flew into London Colney last month to arrange terms between the two clubs over the Danish international’s transfer, but the Eagles are still waiting for a response from the forward over his personal terms.
Frankfurt only made their return to the German top flight a year ago, but have impressed in their first season back by finishing sixth in the Bundesliga table, earning a Europa League place in the process and they are keen to push on and improve their squad.
However, Bendtner, who once claimed to be “one of the best strikers in the world” has not found the back of the net in fourteen months and spent the previous campaign on loan with Juventus where he made just eight league appearances, missing out on collecting a Serie A winners medal.