It has been a summer of transfers and change for Arsene Wenger and his attacking third of the pitch at Arsenal, bringing in Lukas Podolski and Olivier Giroud, and also looking at Santi Cazorla, while Robin van Persie wants to leave the club and Yossi Benayoun has exited the club following his loan spell.
One player whose future is still uncertain is Danish forward Nicklas Bendtner, who it seems is not wanted by the club and who has attracted interest from AC Milan amongst other teams, The Daily Mail reports.
AC Milan themselves have recently parted company with Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who moved to France with PSG, and are looking to fill the void he left behind.
Nicklas Bendtner, though, is not the man to replace the Swede—at least not if they want to commit to winning trophies.
Here are five reasons why signing Bendtner would be a poor move on AC Milan's part.