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ENGLAND/ SUNDERLAND, Bendtner's time in England looks up.

24.02.2012 13.20 by Redazione TMW  read 1444
Source: The Sun
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Sunderland will be offered the striker for a cut-price £4million.

Bendtner, valued at around £12m two years ago, is no longer wanted at Arsenal.

But the Black Cats are not keen on extending his season-long loan.

And that means Bendtner, 24, will have to start looking for another club — with Italy or Spain his preferred destination.

Injuries have restricted his time on Wearside. The Dane has played seven times under new boss Martin O'Neill, after breaking his cheekbone last month.

Off-field problems, including being charged with criminal damage and speeding, plus his £52,000-a- week wages have not helped.

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