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.


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.


Arsenal long term manager Arsene Wenger has reiterated that his investment and hope in Danny Welbeck would bear fruits, saying the player’s best was yet to come.

In his over two decades in the English Premier League the French manager easily qualifies as someone who can spot real talent. He said that Welbeck was going to excel at the Emirates, openly expressing his optimism despite other predictions going southward in the past.

NicklasBendtner is eager to get back to the playing grounds

NicklasBendtner is currently performing with the English League Championship club Nottingham Forest after having joined them back on November 7 of 2016 as the Danish player penned a 2 year-long contract.

The 28 year old forward has scored 1 goal in 6 league appearances for Notthingham Forest but he sustained an injury on October 14 during their 3-1 triumph over Birmingham City and this injury has left Bendtner out of action for 1 month but he is believed to be almost finishing up with his recovery as he has already even been training with the rest of his teammates and Bendtner recently talked about his situation as well as voiced his desire to get back into the pitch.


Arsene Wenger supports how Nicklas Bendtner continues to shine at Nottingham Forest, strongly believing that the right-footer striker can make it again to the top level.

The 28-year old made his full debut for Nottingham Forest as they fell to a 4-0 defeat to the Gunners at The City Ground late last month in the third round of the EFL Cup. The goals from Granit Xhaka and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, wedged either side of Lucas Perez's double, conveniently granting progression for Wenger's men.

Bendtner can be a success

Nottingham Forest manager Phillipe Montanier believes that NicklasBendtner can be a success in England.

He said that he had not signed the player just for the sake of making signings as he genuinely believes that the player can be a success at Forest. He said that the former Arsenal player has shown his hunger and that he wants to play.


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