The Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner is currently in training with the Denmark squad ahead of the Euros, where his team are far outsiders in the Euro 2012 Odds – in a group of death that also contains Holland, Germany and Portugal.
But the Dane is hoping for a good performance at the Finals to help him find a new club, with the favourites so far to sign him are the German Champions Borussia Dortmund.
This could be good news for Arsenal, as one of the most wanted midfielders this summer is Dortmund’s Shinji Kagawa who has refused to extend his contract at the Bundesliga giants.
It seems obvious to me that Wenger should take this opportunity to kill two birds with one stone, by using Bendtner as a part-exchange for the young Japanese wizzard (plus a little cash of course).
Kagawa is exactly the type of creative playmaker (and goalscorer too) that Arsenal have needed since Fabregas and Nasri left last summer.
Who thinks the swap is a good idea?