Niklas Bendtner has made another loan move away from Arsenal, with the striker heading to Juventus for a season with an option to buy.

Bendtner has been very open about the fact that he wants a move away from the Emirates, though after spending a season at Sunderland, the 24 year old looked to be aiming for a top club to make the move to.

And it seems he has gotten his wish, with Serie A title holders Juve taking Bendtner for the next season at least.

"Nicklas Bendtner is a Juventus player," the club said on their website.

"The company has reached an agreement with Arsenal for the temporary acquisition, with option rights, for the performance rights of the attacker Danish, born in 1988.

"The former Gunner has signed a contract valid until June 30, 2013."

Bendtner couldn't hide his delight at getting the deal through, Tweeting: "I can now finally say i am a Juventus player. Very proud and cant wait to wear the stripes! I hope we will have great times together.

Nicklas Bendtner
After a spell at Sunderland, Nicklas Bendtner has sealed another move away from Arsenal. Reuters

"I want to fulfil my potential here and show the fans my absolute best as that is yet to come. I am sure i will.

"Thanks for all the support from the arsenal fans and the sunderland fans, means the world. We always believe and that gets us far!"

Bendtner sealed his move as another Arsenal player made a loan move away, with Park Chu-Young heading to Celta Vigo after struggling to get game time for the Gunners in his first season in the Premier League.

Park also said he was pleased to be making the move to the Spanish side.

"I'm going to adapt well to the team, and train hard," he told the club website. "We'll play like the Koreans, fighting until the end and not ever giving up."

He added: "Spanish football is more technical than English football, and I think my style will suit well.

"Playing with Celta is a great opportunity for me and for any player."

For Park, the opportunity will give him a chance to show Arsenal that he is capable of breaking into the first team. For Bendtner though, his time away from the Gunners will hopefully make his move permanent.