Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner has warned potential suitors they will have to meet three conditions of they wish to bid for his services this summer. The 24 year old Dane has been deemed surplus to requirements at the north London club and has admitted he would welcome a move away from the Emirates to re-establish himself as a top class striker.
Danish sport Web site sporten.dk reports the Arsenal academy product will only to a club that has qualified for the Champions League and is open to him travelling to London to meet his former girlfriend and her son, Nicholas.
"Secondly I need to be happy. A lot of people think that it is all about the money, but money does not matter if you are not happy. I have been in a situation before where I made a lot of money without being happy. I need to be happy when I come in which is universal for everyone. You need to be excited to come in to work," Sky Sports quoted the Dane as saying.
The third condition, unsurprisingly, was to be playing regularly.
Bendtner had an impressive 2012 European Championships, scoring twice in the group game against Portugal and enjoyed a solid 2011/12 league season. He spent the year on loan at Sunderland, for whom he made 28 league appearances, contributing eight goals and five assists
Everton Move for Arsenal Striker Targets
Meanwhile, Everton are reportedly on the verge of handing a double transfer blow to Arsenal by snapping up two of their striker targets - Olympiakos' Kevin Mirallas and Caen's M'Baye Niang.
The Toffees, who received £12m from Manchester City for midfielder Jack Rodwell, are understood to be ready to splash the cash as David Moyes looks to strengthen his ranks ahead of the new season.
Mirallas, who netted 20 league goals last season to help Olympiakos clinch the domestic double, recently revealed the Gunners have contacted his agent regarding a move. However, ESPN reports Everton are set to beat Arsenal to the Belgium international's signature. The 24 year old is expected to travel to Merseyside for a medical on Thursday.
Niang, meanwhile, has attracted the interest of a host of top European clubs this summer, including Tottenham, Manchester City and AC Milan. However, the Guardian reports Moyes is now considering a £6m bid for the 17 year old, when the French striker visits the Toffees this week.