Nicklas Bendtner has been told that he no longer has a future at Arsenal after spending the last two seasons on loan at different clubs.
Crystal Palace and West Bromwich Albion could be ready to make a £3 million move for Arsenal’s un-wanted striker Nicklas Bendtner, the Daily Mail reports.
Bendtner hasn’t played for Arsenal in nearly two years having spent the last two seasons on loan at Sunderland and Juventus.
The Gunners are keen to get rid of the Dane permanently this summer and will be open to selling the striker if they receive a bid of around £2 million.
Both Crystal Palace and West Brom are in the market for a new striker and could be ready to pay as much as £3 million to land Bendtner, although the strikers wage demands may make a deal difficult.
The Dane has had several offers from clubs abroad, including German side Hamburg but it is thought that the striker would prefer to stay in the Premier League.
Crystal Palace would be especially interested in signing Bendtner as they have struggled to attract the top quality players that they need in order to stay in the Premier League while West Brom may see the Dane as a replacement for Peter Odemwingie.