Reports in the Danish Press have linked Hull City with a possible move for Wolfsburg striker Nicklas Bendtner according to the Hull Daily Mail.
The 27 year old Danish international could be set to leave Wolfsburg after a public fall out with the German club when he was accused of turning up to a winter training camp unfit.
Rumours in his homeland have linked the colourful striker with a move back to England should his ongoing dispute with Wolfsburg not get resolved. A host of clubs have been linked with the striker including Premier League clubs Newcastle United, Aston Villa, Sunderland, Norwich and AFC Bournemouth along with Championship clubs Hull City and Brighton & Hove Albion.
It has been reported that any move to Hull City would depend on the club’s ability to negotiate a reduction to Bendtner’s high wage demands. City Manager Steve Bruce is unlikely to be prepared to rise to any excessive demands for wages.
Bendtner came through the youth ranks at Arsenal but struggled to become a regular for Arsene Wenger’s Gunners making just 171 appearances for the club scoring 47 goals after spending almost a decade in North London. Loan spells at Birmingham City, Sunderland and Juventus followed before signing a three year deal at Wolfsburg 18 months ago.
Hull City Manager Steve Bruce is currently continuing to monitor his attacking options as The Tigers continue their assault on the Championship automatic promotion places.