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ENGLAND/ TOTTENHAM, Weighing up the chance to sign Bendtner

05.12.2012 11.00 by Claudio Colla  read 2147
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More and more likely to be ruled out from Juventus sports plan in January, Danish international striker Nicklas Bendtner (24) might leave during next winter transfer market session, especially if Bianconeri sign a new top name for their offensive line. Former Birmingham City and Sunderland player, who's however willing to keep playing for Italian club since hoping to be hired back by them from Arsenal in June, has become a possible target for Tottenham, according to latest rumours reported by Daily Mail. Bendtner is still on a deal with Gunners until June 2014.

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