Nicklas Bendtner confirmed he is in “serious negotiations” to quit Arsenal, as Milan and Inter are in the running for the Dane.
The 24-year-old striker has long been linked with a switch to the Rossoneri and admitted his time with the Gunners is at an end.
“It is not an option to stay at Arsenal, that is something neither I nor Arsenal desire,” Bendtner told the Danish media.
“I am expecting that the club issue will be resolved before the transfer window is closed. There are serious negotiations going on.
“Have I already rejected some offers? Yes, I have. From the start, I had three requirements. In case they are not fulfilled, I have rejected them since they are not interesting at this point.”
Milan are the favourites to capture him as a replacement for Zlatan Ibrahimovic, especially as they can offer Bendtner Champions League football.
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