Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner is in danger of missing out on a World Cup place if Denmark qualify for the competition. He also faces the risk of not being involved in the forthcoming World Cup qualifiers if he does not find a club soon according to the Denmark national team manager, Morten Olsen. The striker has been at war with Arsenal for the last two years. Signed by the English Premier league club in 2005, Bendtner was a first team regular for Arsenal for a couple of years during which time he failed to score the necessary goals required to mount a title challenge.

This led to him being dropped from the first team and the striker went on war with manager Arsene Wenger. He said that he would not play for the club again in his career. He has spent the last two seasons on loan at various clubs after failing to secure a permanent move. The situation looks to destroy his international career after Olsen suggested that he may have to drop the striker if he does not play for a club. The striker has been linked with the likes of Malaga and FC Twente in the last few weeks, but a move does not appear closer to materialising.

“We know that Nicklas has a slightly different body than Lars Jacobsen, so he must be in a different playing and physical shape, so he’s obviously not in form. I don’t know. There will hopefully be something relating to his club situation. We hope that everything will come together for him,” said the Denmark coach. It has been widely reported that Bendtner has not been able to seal a move because of his excessive wage demands and also transfer fees demanded by Arsenal. Arsenal value the player at around £ 3 million.