By Iva Finlay

Since since his arrival in August 2011 Bendtner has not made a first-team appearance for Arsenal and has spent the past two seasons on loan at Sunderland and Juventus.

Now he is finally set to leave Arsenal permanently, after a difficult Seria A  campaign with Italian champions Juventus.

Arsenal has confirmed that the Gunners have agreed to let him go, and the Denmark international is now deciding on where his future lies.

Bendtner said: “I am talking with five or six clubs at the moment over a permanent transfer,”

“Things are agreed with Arsenal and I will decide which club I sign for in the next two weeks.”

In 157 appearances Bendtner scored 43 goals for Arsenal.

Bendtner has a bit of a reputation as a hot-head, but has plenty of  European clubs in France, Germany, Holland and Portugal showing interest in for 25-years old, yet Turkish outfit Besiktas have been linked with a bid for the striker, and that is where we think he will end up.