Nicklas Bendtner has confirmed he will leave Arsenal this summer as he continues to consider offers from afar.
The Danish striker spent last season on loan at Sunderland, scoring eight Premier League goals before appearing for his country during Euro 2012.
Despite his contract still having two years still to run, Bendtner is desperate to leave The Gunners this summer, and says he is yet to agree terms.
"Arsenal is not an option and that is something both the club and I agree on," Bendtner told sporten.dk.
"I expect to have found a solution to my situation before the window closes. There are concrete negotiations in the works.
"Yes I have and there are a lot of different reasons for that [for not agreeing a deal].
"I have three demands and I won't sign a deal with a club who aren't prepared to fill those demands."
Having already allowed Carlos Vela to leave Arsenal this summer and with Robin van Persie's departure seemingly imminent, Bendtner would leave behind new recruits Olivier Giroud and Lukas Podolski as well as misfit Marouane Chamakh.
To perhaps fill the void left by Bendtner, Arsenal are being linked with a surprise move for CSKA Moscow striker Seydou Doumbia.
The Ivory Coast international is understood to have been told he can leave the Russian outfit, following a back injury, a problem which could delay his departure until January.
The 24 year old scored 24 goals in 42 starts domestically for CSKA last season, including five goals in seven games in the Champions League.
Arsene Wenger appears content with his striking options, with Santi Cazorla another new attacking option after his move from Malaga, regardless of whether Van Persie leaves The Emirates Stadium, with Doubia an unlikely option given his injury problems.
Arsenal begin their season at home to Sunderland this weekend hoping to improve on a third place finish in the Premier League and collect some domestic silverware for the first time in seven years.