In a confession that would make him even more unpopular than before among Arsenal fans, Nicklas Bendtner has revealed that he would be open to signing for Tottenham Hotspur if the Gunners decide to sell him next summer.
The 2012-13 football season has come to an end. One maybe featured player Nicklas Bendtner could have mixed feelings about despite picking up a Serie A winner's medal with Juventus. Its been a very tough season for NB with several injury problems and mistakes being highlighted off the pitch.
During Saturday's 3-2 defeat away to Sampadoria, Bendtner came on for the last 13 minutes and has one touch before falling awkwardly on his wrist, it looked pretty painful and he was rushed straight down the tunnel.
Arsenal's forgotten man Nicklas Bendtner could be finally set for a move away from the club on a permanent basis after the German club Hamburg have expressed an interest in signing the player. The Danish international revealed his plans to leave Arsenal a few years ago, but he has been unable to find a club that would want to take him on a permanent basis.
Earlier this week, Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner, currently on loan at Juventus, was caught driving on the wrong side of the road in Copenhagen with a blood alcohol level 3.5 times the legal limit. He was quickly banned from the Danish national team for six months and a local court suspended his driver's license for three years and fined him 842,000 kroner ($147,000).
Where would Nicklas Bendtner go now? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Nicklas Bendtner. Have you heard the name before? Yes, you have. He is recently been in the news for non-footballing reasons. The Denmark striker has been suspended by his country's football federation for six months after he was arrested for drunk driving.
Denmark striker Nicklas Bendtner has been banned from playing for his country for six months after being arrested for drink driving. The Juventus player, on loan from Italy, was caught driving down the wrong side of a road in Copenhagen at the weekend. The 25-year-old tweeted: "I am very very sorry to all my friends [.
Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner, currently experiencing an injury-plagued and goalless loan spell at Juventus, has been given a six month ban from Denmark's national team after earning a DUI in Copenhagen. This will keep him from participating in at least three World Cup qualifiers.
Said the Danish FA (via ESPN):
"DBU respects every player's right to a private life, but we still have some rules and expectations about how players on the national team behave in public.
Nicklas Bendtner of Juventus (Photo by Valerio Pennicino/Getty Images)
While he may be on loan to Juventus and be a distant memory to some, Nicklas Bendtner is still very much as Arsenal player. Despite his ever lasting desire to get off of the books at the Emirates, he is still tied to the club and their reputation.
There has been many rumour son featured player Nicklas Bendtner's injury in the past week. Juventus manager Antonio Conte's quotes may have been translated worngly but Morten Olsen, The Denmark National team manager reckons nothing has changed and that Bendtner will be out for what was originally stated 3 months back in mid December.
Featured player Nicklas Bendtner suffered a bad injury In last Wednesdays Coppa Italia game against Cagilira. NB was stretchered off via a stretcher after getting to the ball just before the defender. The Denmark Striker hasn't had the best of luck in Turin and hasn't had many opportunities to shine as he more often than not comes on to make 5-10 minute cameo's in Serie A and now this long term injury.
Undoubtedly Denmark's best ever player and greatest technician, Michael Laudrup, who also played for Italian giants Juventus along with Barcelona and Real Madrid in a hollywood footballing career thinks featured player Nicklas Bendtner should focus on his long term future in a firm but fair manner.
As far as we know it all started last year, but Juve's Halloween mock-ups of their players was so popular that they've decided to cook up a fresh batch ahead of All Hallow's Eve 2013 with, among other, Andrea Pirlo re-imagined as The Joker, Gigi Buffon as Freddy Krueger, Paul Pogba as Darth Maul and Nicklas Bendtner (rather fittingly) as a senseless, borderline-immobile lump of grey flesh.
Featured player Nicklas Bendtner has made only two cameo substitute appearances so far for the Biaconeri (Juventus). One late on in Serie A and another late cameo appearance in the Uefa Champions League against Danish side FC Nordsjaelland.
It's been well highlighted that N.B has been working immensely hard in training on the strict fitness regime that Juve' carry out on their squad aswell astechnicaldrills.
This will come as a massive shock to Arsenal fans everywhere, but there seems to be an ever widening gap between Nicklas Bendtner's ideas and those of his club. He is on loan at Italian champions, Juventus, for a whole year but has only played for less than half an hour in his two appearances as a substitute so far.
The Italian champions, Juventus, and their coach, Antonio Conte, seem to have it in for Arsenal and Arsene Wenger. Not only are they planning to beat the Gunners to the signature of Spanish transfer target Fernando Llorente, but they hope to persuade Theo Walcott to forget about signing a new contract with Arsenal and move to Italy instead.
Fresh from their 2-0 win over Napoli at the Juventus Stadium on Saturday afternoon, its back to work for the biaconeri, Ft player Nicklas Bendtner and the rest of the Juve' troops will be put through their paces in an intense training session this morning at Juve HQ Vivono before heading to Copenhagen, Denmark for a big Uefa Champions League game.
Italian Serie A Preview: Napoli-Juventus Top Two Showdown is a post from: Serie A Weekly Italian Serie A Preview: Napoli-Juventus Top Two Showdown is a post from: Serie A Weekly The latest international break has passed and Serie A will return this weekend with possibly the biggest game of the season.
Italian Serie A Preview: Juventus vs Napoli Top Two Showdown is a post from: Serie A Weekly
Italian Serie A Preview: Juventus vs Napoli Top Two Showdown is a post from: Serie A Weekly The latest international break has passed and Serie A will return this weekend with possibly the biggest game of the season.
Never one to underestimate his own abilities, the Arsenal and Denmark forward Nicklas Bendtner has found somebody to blame for the poor form that he has showed in the Premier league. Bendtner has revealed the reason he was not up to scratch was the Arsenal training methods.
"At Juventus the training has been different to, and much harder than, anything I've done before.
It seems a certain moribund Russian oligarch has well and truly failed to see the (fairly tenuously) funny side of a billboard whacked up outside Stamford Bridge that mocked "Fernando's" recent inability to bother the onion bag.
The offending message reads: "Fernando, we've got an onion bag you can actually find.
From the bookmaker that brought you Nicklas Bendtner's underpants during Euro 2012 comes a new campaign aimed at rubbing down and out Premier League players' faces in their underachieving ways. As part of a Twitter hashtag campaign "#2ndjobsforsubs" Paddy Power put up a billboard outside Stamford Bridge ahead of Chelsea's FA Cup replay against Brentford last weekend.
Featured player Nicklas Bendtner led out his native Denmark for the first time ever this evening, he had one of his quieter games in Istanbul but cooly slotted a second half penalty to give Denmark a short term lead until they were pegged back just 3 mins later by the hosts when Erding equalised with a typical strikers goal after great feet from Kerim Frei from Fulham.
Featured player Nicklas Bendtner is included in Denmark's International Friendly trip to Turkey for Wednesday's game. The squad has some absentees thorugh injury and fatigue but still include the likes of Kjaer, Andersen, Krohn Dehli, Eriksen, Kvist and Bendtner.
the squad is as follows :
In other news, congratulations to Denmark/Liverpool FC defender Daniel Agger on winning Danish player of the year for 2012, in a impressive yr for Agger, the footballing centre back showed some great performances in the Euro12′s and won the award with 76% of the votes.
Before Tuesday's World Cup qualifier between Italy & Denmark, where the Italians took the three points with a 3-1 lead but it could be said that the scoreline did somewhat flattered the hosts in a very open end to end game at the San Siro.
Bendtner played the 90 mins and had a decent game to be fair, early on he was coming deep and getting involved in the build up play and link play and showing some lovely control and touches.
Nicklas Bendtner is back! yep you read it right, back in action after a long spell on the sidelines with an unfortunate 4 month thigh/groin problem. He is in the 23-man squad for Juventus' Serie A clash with Italian giants AC Milan in what should be a mouth watering clash. It was a long road to recovery after going under the knife for surgery and then a prolonged rehabilation process took place for the 6″5 Danish attacker.
As you're probably aware, the big story coming out of Danish football at the moment is that Nicklas Bendtner has been banned from driving for three years, fined€113,000 (£97,000-ish, i.e, slightly more than his boxer shorts cost him last summer)and banned from representing the national team for six months after he was arrested while drink-driving the wrong way up one of Copenhagen's busiest streets in the middle of the night last weekend.
Trade in personnel between former Arsenal players to Spurs may be more prolific than it once was but there can have been fewer scarier rumours than the one that started to emerge over the weekend.
Nicklas Bendtner, is a goal every four games man. Therefore, if you'd avoided the press over the weekend then you may currently be concerned over some of today's headlines linking the Dane with a move to Spurs.
Featured player Nicklas Bendtner is in the running for the 2012 Danish Player Of The Year Award for this calendar year. All 4 players were crucial in the EURO12′ Quals and also in the real thing in Poland n Ukraine. Feat player N.B had an very important run in the qualifiers and was so vital for DK scoring 5 goals in 5 games at one stage and also had an impressive EURO12 by scoring twice and doing the 'dirty work' as he run alot off the ball for his native Denmark which was a new aspect of his game and put in a real shift.
Uefa have fined Lazio the paltry amount of 40,000 euros (£32,500) following racist chanting by their fans during a Europa League game at Tottenham last month.
Jermain Defoe, Aaron Lennon and Andros Townsend were reportedly subjected to monkey chants during the match.
In a whitewashing campaign Uefa is planning on using the Champions League and Europa League matches next week to showcase activities organised by the governing body and the equality group Football Against Racism in Europe.