Nicklas Bendtner has finished in the FC Copenhagen - and is now considering his future as a football player.
"Now I will think me very well about my future and feel very carefully whether I should try a new adventure in the world of football or say stop and embrace some new adventures in life," says Nicklas Bendtner to the club's website.
The soon-to-32-year-old football player at the same time says thank you to especially the fans for the way they have taken against him, with the note 'it has been touching for me'.
On Instagram he elaborates with a few more words, how he has it with that of the FCK-manager Stale Solbakken has turned tommeltotten down.
'I'm probably a bit disappointed. Perhaps, it ought to be been to much more, maybe it was just right. I know it's actually not. I just know that I will think me long and hard before I report anything drastically out about my future. No matter what it has a lot to offer,' writes Nicklas Bendtner.
Nicklas Bendtner wrote in the september surprising contract with FCK for the rest of 2019, and Tuesday has Danish superliga club announced that the agreement will not be renewed.
He came on the scene nine times for the club he played for as a kid (KB), but had never represented as seniorspiller.
"I'm proud that I got the game in the FCK-jersey and scored a goal in Telia Parken, which was one of my dreams as a football player," says Nicklas Bendtner in the press release for his single FCK-goal against FC Nordsjælland in the cup in the end of October.
On Instagram sounds it on on of the short stay in the FCK:
'It was not a long time, but I've been happy – in the best moments also happy to get the experience and return to my 'second home' in the Park. FCK was the first team I cheered on, and I am going to do,' writes Nicklas Bendtner. See the advertisement at the bottom of the article
He is resolved with the message that it is only for four months in the white shirt.
"I have all the time known to the premises for the opportunity I had of FCK and Stale, and I was treated well by everyone in the club," says Nicklas Bendtner:
"There is no doubt that I had a dream that it would be for more playing time and perhaps a longer deal. But I fully respect the decision of the Stale has taken, and I regret in no way, that I had this time in FCK."
Nicklas Bendtner took already as a very young to Arsenal, where he made his debut in the Premier League.
Since he has also played for Birmingham, Sunderland, Juventus, Wolfsburg, Nottingham Forest and Blackburn before he is earlier in the year, returning to where it all began.
In the course of recent months, he has also received great attention with the release of his autobiography 'Both sides'.Date Of Update: 17 December 2019, 11:00