Eintracht Frankfurt, Malaga, FC Utrecht, Hamburg SV, FC Basel, Hull City, Crystal Palace … have I missed anyone out, probably, but it doesn’t matter - because none of these teams will be getting their grubby mits on this Arsenal striker if Arsene Wenger has anything to say about it.
But, don’t get too excited - because the player in question is a rather universally unpopular Arsenal striker … Nicklas Bendtner.
Here is what Wenger had to say about the Danish forward today, as it looks increasingly likely that he will be staying at The Emirates this summer:
‘’The chance for him to leave now is very small and if he comes back well and gets fit, I will use him. We will not panic buy, that is for sure. You can believe me. It is not my strength to panic.’’
Which has left the majority of Arsenal fans around the globe with their faces slapping their hands Homer Simpson style.
Bendtner is a divisive character, and ever since he said some nonsense about being the best player in the world after a moderately successful loan spell with Birmingham City - the finger pointing has begun.
Relationships with Danish socialites have not helped him go under the radar, while his arrest for driving down the wrong way of a Copenhagen high-way whilst drunk recently added to his party-boy image. It also lost him the respect of the Danish public and football association - who banned him for six months.
But it could have been going so well this time last year. He performed well toward the end of his loan spell with Sunderland and was excellent at Euro 2012. But both of these positives were again tinged with a negative. He missed the bus for The Mackems final game of the season and put an end to any hope of a permanent move to the North East.
As for Euro 2012 - well who can forget the Paddy Power Boxer Shorts saga that had everyone in UEFA in a paddy of their own.
Last season, after Juventus missed out on the likes of Fernando Llorente, Robin Van Persie, Stevan Jovetic, Dimitar Berbatov and quite frankly every striker made available last summer - they moved on to their self-proclaimed plan Z - Bendtner.
He then went on to tear more thigh muscles then goals he scored or shirts he sold - in a woefully forgettable loan spell.
Unsurprisingly, Juve did not exercise their right to buy him this summer.
But, despite not scoring a goal for Arsenal since a hat-trick against Leyton Orient in March 2011, it now appears he has yet one last chance to be a success at The Emirates.
And the news has been greeted with the quite predictable Twitter meltdown of Arsenal fans - who cannot believe that just a few weeks after being ‘on the verge’ of signing Luis Suarez - that Nicklas Bendtner could now be their man.
Yesterday Arsenal fans were up in arms about the re-signing of Mathieu Flamini, and the day before they were aghast at the Tottenham Hotspur signing of Erik Lamela.
And until Wenger and co actually start spending some money you have to feel that every day will bring with it just another mass Twitter outburst from the Arsenal faithful.
Here are some of the Tweets, with the final one really summing this scenario up …
You know it's time to worry when Wenger opens door for Bendtner to play for Arsenal— Ravee Hirani (@raveehirani) August 30, 2013
Bendtner staying at arsenal? Wenger just makes me want to give up on life— Tashi Skervin (@TashiSkervin) August 30, 2013
If bendtner starts a single game for Arsenal this season i will be extremely pissed— Ant Walter (@Ant_Walter3) August 30, 2013
MAN SAID BENDTNER LOLOOOOOOOOL IM CREASIN— hareSHO (@hareSHO) August 30, 2013
I really don't mind Bendtner coming back to the squad..he's better than nothing, which I believe we'll get if we don't bring him back.— puff dragon (@BUCKULARRR) August 30, 2013
"We can do things that will surpeise you" Flamini and bendtner definetely surprised me, fair play.— Joakim Ljungehed (@joakimljungehed) August 30, 2013
No Suarez. No Higuain. No Rooney. No Benzema. It's all good though, we can't sell Bendtner so we'll just play him. #afc— Simon Paice (@spaicemedia) August 30, 2013
Bendtner is on for 40 goals this season. His fathers prophecy will come true, I can feel it... I tried to write that with a straight face...— Matt @ Mixcloud (@flashdj) August 30, 2013
Are they having a laugh..... Bendtner— AFC Dylan (@DylanGooner) August 30, 2013
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