Arsenal Transfers: 6 Reasons Gunners Fans Are Glad Nicklas Bendtner Left

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Arsenal Transfers: 6 Reasons Gunners Fans Are Glad Nicklas Bendtner Left
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Arsenal have endured a difficult summer, but manager Arsene Wenger moved to bring in five new players in the final two days of the transfer window, which has provided decent depth to the team.

The Gunners have also sold some of the players who were not interested in staying at the club, and also moved on some of the fringe players like Emmanuel Eboue. 

Nicklas Bendtner did not get too many opportunities in the last season, and in the few games he did play, he failed to perform very well. The lack of opportunities frustrated the Danish international, who was interested in a move away from the Emirates.

He sealed a loan move to Sunderland on the last day of the transfer window, with the Gunners managing to sign Park Chu-Young from Monaco as a replacement.

Though Bendtner has had some decent games for the Gunners, he has always divided opinion among fans, but his recent comments following his move to Sunderland has meant that most supporters do not want the Dane to return to Arsenal. 

"I will never go back to Arsenal", Bendtner said. "If I can have it my way, I will never play for them again."said Bendtner. "I am really looking forward to playing for Sunderland and then we will see next summer. I will find a new club - but I will not go back to Arsenal, that's for sure."

If Bendtner is not interested in playing for the manager who played a crucial role in his development, then it is likely that he will move permanently in the next summer.

Here are six reasons why Arsenal fans are not unhappy about the departure of the Dane. 

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