Nicklas Bendtner is likely to move on from Arsenal in the summer, with the striker saying he is ready for "new challenges".
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Bendther has been on Arsenal's books since 2005, but has struggled to command a regular place and spent this season on loan at Sunderland.
Black Cats boss Martin O'Neill is believed to be keen on signing Bendtner on a permanent basis, but the Dane also has teams in Germany chasing his signature.
Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has made no indication as to whether Bendtner has a future at Arsenal, but he has already spoken of a need to trim his squad. And with that in mind, Bendtner could be ready to move on.
"I am ready for new challenges," the 24-year-old told Tipsbladet. "I have heard about concrete interest from other clubs, who sound interesting, but I can't say more than that right now. After all, I am still under contract with Arsenal, so I have to get back to Arsenal and talk to them first.
"On the specific matter of staying with Arsenal, I have to say I need something new to happen for me. There is no panic thinking about my future. Now, it's all about Euro 2012 for Denmark and afterwards I can look at my club future."