Christian Eriksen says Tottenham Hotspur can reach the next level at new stadium

Denmark international Christian Eriksen has said that Tottenham Hotspur can reach the next level in terms of performances when they make the switch to their new stadium. The north London club were initially expected to begin their season at the newly-constructed homeground, but delays have meant that their opening game has been delayed until April 3 where they are scheduled to host Crystal Palace.

Speaking to Ekstra Bladet, Eriksen said: "I've been looking at it and it's an exceptional stadium that will mean a lot to the club for many years to come. I think without a doubt it helps to take the club to take the next step. We have been waiting for a while at the stadium after all, so it will be great to get back to the stadium that will be our home for the next many years."

Nicklas Bendtner Sentenced to Jail for 50 Days in Assault Case in Demark

Nicklas Bendtner who is a professional player of Football playing for the Denmark team as a remarkable forward currently playing in Eliteserien club Rosenberg and for the Denmark national team; he can play the left, right or center forward positions preferring mostly the center forward. He signed his first official contract for Arsenal in 2005. He has now recently been in news for assaulting a taxi driver and this could see him be in jail for 50 days.

It was in the league cup in 2005, he had made played his debut match. In the season of 2006 to 2007, he made 48 appearances in Birmingham city. He played for Arsenal in the 2010-11 seasons also. In the season of 2011 and 2012, he had appeared in the times for 30 times. As for the 2012-13 seasons he just made 10 appearances.

Unai Emery confirms fresh injury blows with defensive duo sidelined

Arsenal manager Unai Emery has confirmed that the central defensive duo of Laurent Koscielny and Sokratis Papastathopoulos will remain on the sidelines for the Premier League clash against Cardiff City on Tuesday night. The pairing suffered minor injuries during the FA Cup fourth round defeat to Manchester United and this has left the Gunners with just two recognised central defenders in the form of Shkodran Mustafi and Konstantinos Mavropanos.

Speaking to reporters on Monday, Emery confirmed that both Koscielny and Sokratis are out for the Bluebirds’ clash, although the former could return for the weekend after avoiding a jaw fracture against United. However, Sokratis is unlikely to be available for the next three weeks with him requiring time to recuperate from the ankle injury.

BENDTNER TO SERVE JAIL TERM

Former Gunners forward Nicklas Bendtner will be serving time in prison, though it has not been made clear when exactly he will head behind bars.

Former Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner is set to serve time in prison after dropping his appeal against an assault conviction.

Tony Adams admits disappointment after Arsenal draw versus Manchester United

Arsenal legend Tony Adams has said that Manchester United were there for the taking and the Gunners were probably unlucky to come out without three points at Old Trafford. The Gunners had been fancied to end their 12-year wait for a league win at United but their defensive mistakes ensured that the hosts recovered from deficits twice on two occasions to register a 2-2 draw.

Speaking after the match, Adams admitted that there were errors on the defensive side from either team but the visitors should have some sense of disappointment with the final outcome, he told BT Sport: “A catalogue of errors from both teams. I think Arsenal are a little bit unlucky for me not to come away with all three points. Man United were there for the taking for me today. But 20 games undefeated Arsenal, happy days.”

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.

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