Niklas Bendtner has once again hit out at Arsenal, blaming the club for his inability to secure a move away.
The Danish striker has spent the last two seasons on loan at Sunderland and Juventus respectively, refusing to play for the Gunners again and this summer hopes for a permanent move away.
However, the striker has failed to secure a transfer, citing the Gunners’ high asking price as the stumbling block. Ironically, Arsenal have agreed a fee with five separate clubs but moves broke down due to Bendtner’s own doings with high salary demands and poor off-field behavior stopping the deals.
The striker has always felt aggrieved for not playing as many games for Arsenal as he felt his talent deserved, despite starting in a number of high profile games for the Gunners. His recent loan spell at Serie A champions Juventus gave the forward a reality check, as he played only 10 games all season, failing to score a single goal.
The player however still blames Arsenal for his currently failing career and wants out of the Emirates. Although, his high wages demands have been the major block in any deal, he still feels Arsenal are denying him a move away by demanding too high of an asking price. Ironically, the forward believes he is too good for Arsenal wants the club to sell him for next to nothing so someone will sign him.
Interest in the Danish striker has been scarce with a move to a lower ranked team his most likely move. Although Arsene Wenger is as keen as Bendtner for him to leave, the player will not accept responsibility for his failed moves, attitude that has ruined his career so far.