Denmark boss won’t contact Mauricio Pochettino regarding Christian Eriksen’s fitness

Denmark manager Age Hareide has stressed that he won’t contact Mauricio Pochettino regarding the fitness of Christian Eriksen as he knows what the answer would be. The Tottenham Hotspur midfielder has been sidelined for the past few matches with an abdominal injury and he remains a potential doubt for the upcoming internationals for Danes.

Speaking to reporters, Hareide said that he would not want to rush Eriksen back to national team duty and a return for the Ireland game may depend on whether there is an improvement on his situation. However, the Denmark boss has no plans of communicating with Pochettino regarding the same as he knows the response would largely be negative.

Nicklas Bendtner And Walks In Lake All Naked, Know Why

The former striker Nicklas Bendtner who played for Arsenal, Birmingham and Sunderland was spotted in his birthday suit in the Bahamas. He was relaxing before the crucial Champions League tie. With this, the player has proved that he is not scared to bare all when he was relaxing ahead of the Champions League of Rosenborg with Celtic.

Currently the player has 474,000 Instagram followers and they were treated to an image of Nicklas Bendtner strolling into a lake all naked after he uncovered his body on the Atlantis Paradise Island. His picture came with the caption "Aquaman", giving the reference of DC Comics character, with the Danish international that is known for his self-confidence.

NEWCASTLE UNITED LINKED TO SEVERAL STRIKERS

Premier League side Newcastle United have been linked to several strikers as the transfer window reaches a third of its lifeline already. The market has generally been dull as the focus has largely shifted to the ongoing World Cup in Russia.

So far United have only converted Martin Dubravka from a temporary staff to a permanent player. While there are still developing stories around takeover talks, Lyon forward Jean-Philippe Mateta has been linked with a move to St James Park this summer.

Nicklas Bendtner Laughs Off Chinese Links

Rosenborg striker Nicklas Bendtner has laughed off rumours that he is also headed to China. The Chinese Super League used to lure almost retired or retired European superstars with big money deals. They needed them for publicity and for their talents. However, recently there has been a shift to younger, talented players since they pay top of the pack wages.

There have been rumours that Chinese club Beijing Guoan wants the 30-year old Bendtner just before their transfer window closes. The former Arsenal and Nottingham Forest man has come out to deny the claims.

“I have always said that I will stay in Rosenborg this season and it has not changed. There have been many speculations. I have talked too many, but it has not been interesting to me. My goal is to be here for the next three months minimum until the World Cup,” the player said.

SEVERAL INTERESTS IN BENDTNER AFTER TITLE WIN

Danish striker Nicklas Bendtner is attracting buzz in the transfer market after his impressive season in the Norway. The former Arsenal and Nottingham Forest man helped his side Rosenborg to a title win, scoring 22 goals in 41 games in all competitions.

He joined the Rosenborg in March after leaving the Reds. The 29-year old’s 19 goals in 29 league games pushed the club to victory. He also earned a recall to the Denmark national team. He joined up with the rest of the team and they qualified for the World Cup in Russia. All these made clubs to show interest in the forgotten player.

BENDTNER BACK ON TRACK

Nicklas Bendtner appears to be going through the best season of his playing career, at least in terms of goals being scored in a single campaign; it’s certainly his most memorable one as he has found the back of the net on 17 occasions during 23 games in the Norwegian Eliteserien.

Out of the entire playing career of Nicklas Bendtner which extends for over 10 years, the Danish attacker has never managed to score 17 league goals in a single season during any of his previous clubs or leagues that the 29 year old player has performed in.

It was on March 6 of 2017 when Bendtner joined the Norwegian outfit Rosenborg BK and the agent of the Danish player has recently revealed details concerning offers which were launched at the former Arsenal performer.

HENRY BACKS LACAZETTE TO SUCCEED AT ARSENAL

Arsenal legend Thierry Henry says he is impressed and optimistic of summer signing Alexander Lacazette’s chances of succeeding at the Emirates.


The 20-year old joined Arsene Wenger’s men from Lyon and his compatriot who is regarded as one of the best to ever pull on the Gunner’s jersey has hinted Alex is fully equipped to meet expectations.

"His overall play is on point. Obviously he is going to have to score goals and goals and goals to get the crowd going, but the way he has started is very good for me,” beamed the veteran.

Nicklas Bendtner’s life in Norway started in good form

The 29 year old attacker Nicklas Bendtner signed a deal with deal with the Norwegian club Rosenborg which extends until December of 2019.


So far, he has made 16 appearances with Rosenborg and scored 6 goals which is surprisingly good for a player who has struggled so much in recent times.

Nicklas Bendtner continues his playing career by signing with Rosenborg

After yet another disappointing season, Nicklas Bendtner has signed with a different club.


The latest team that has opted to secure the services of the Danish attacker is Rosenborg as a deal was confirmed on March 6 of the ongoing year.

Nicklas Bendtner had to make a move to the Norwegian outfit Rosenborg BK after his time spent in Nottingham Forest was completely forgettable as he was only able to score 2 goals in 17 appearances for the English League Championship club.

Nicklas Bendtner Finds Perfect Home at Rosenborg, Claims Teammate

Norwegian outfit Rosenborg recently signed former Arsenal forward Nicklas Bendtner for around €1 million from Nottingham Forest.


The striker has developed a reputation for being a journeyman, but it seems that his attitude has changed in recent years.Rosenborg teammates have claimed that Nicklas Bendtner has been able to settle seamlessly into the first-team squad. They have watched the player represent big teams like Arsenal and Juventus over the course of his career. Yet, he has been able to make his presence felt at a Norwegian outfit with limited exposure to the top level games.

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