Arsene Wenger has intimated that Nicklas Bendtner’s Arsenal career could be coming to an end after an alleged incident in Copenhagen.
The striker has been accused of unbuttoning his trousers in public before rubbing himself against a taxi and threatening the driver.
And in a Press conference this afternoon, the Gunners boss has claimed that the Danish forward will be punished heavily for the alleged altercation.
“I don't know exactly what happened because I haven't spoken to him yet, the only thing that is for sure is that he had nothing to do in Copenhagen,” he angrily told reporters.
“Nobody gave him any permission to go there so he will be fined for that. Has he created some problem there? I don't know.”
When asked if this was the controversial attacker’s final last chance at the Emirates, the French Coach replied: “He is at the end of his contract in the summer.”
Bendtner spent six months on loan at Juventus last season, but failed to impress anyone at the club, playing just nine League matches without scoring a single goal.
And with a move away from Arsenal looking increasingly likely in the summer, the Bianconeri aren’t expected to move for the free agent.