If you’re trying to get back to full fitness, to play in one of Europe’s biggest sides then your diet should consist of, Nandos.
The Danish striker is reportedly working away at a fitness camp in Copenhagen as he tries to get his levels of fitness back up to a level where he’d be ready to replace Giroud, if the Frenchman picks up an injury.
Bendtner’s fitness is significantly behind other members of the Arsenal first team because he’s had no pre-season and spent the majority of the summer trying to work out a transfer away from the club.
However, Arsene Wenger extended him an olive branch, making it clear what he expected from the striker as he battles to get back into contention for the Arsenal first team.
“I still feel very strongly about Arsenal Football Club and following positive talks with the manager, I am looking forward to working hard to regain full fitness and doing my very best to help to the team and the manager fulfil our objectives and ambitions this season,” said Bendtner earlier this month.
He is going to need that protein.