Former Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner has had his contract terminated by German club Wolfsburg after another breach of club discipline according to the Daily Mail.
A season of unrest has seen the player break a number of club rules with Bendtner’s failure to report for training proving to be his final act as a Wolfsburg player with the club deciding to end the Dane’s spell at the Volkswagen Arena.
The early cancellation of the player’s contract could be of interest to Championship clubs with Premier League hopefuls Hull City and Brighton & Hove Albion both linked with a summer move for the player back in January as reported by The72.
The 28 year old is now free to join another club with a return to the English footballing pyramid looking like a real possibility. It is highly unlikely that the player will drop into the Championship however Hull City or Brighton & Hove Albion could choose to take their interest in the player further should they achieve promotion to the Premier League in the coming weeks.
Bendtner’s high wage demands could deter a number of clubs from offering a deal to the Danish international while the player’s poor discipline may also hinder his chances of finding a new club however should Hull City or Brighton & Hove Albion manage to negotiate the right deal with the forward and keep the player grounded, there is a chance that Bendtner could turn out to be one of the better signings of the summer.