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Bendtner nears exit with potential swap deal

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Bendtner has never been short of confidence and truly believes he has what it takes to challenge on the biggest stage, so AC Milan would seem like a good choice, regular Champions League football and a host of domestics honours.

What’s more surprising is the deal on the table, many believe Milan and Arsenal are negotiating a swap deal for the French International Phillipe Mexes. The 30 year old has been linked with a move to the Gunners for years…could this be another masterful move from Wenger…already bolstering the front-line, competition for starting spots is huge, with versatile players and many attacking areas covered, defence has been highlighted by many as an area that requires more enforcements, and the experienced Mexes could be the strengthening needed in that position.

France national coach Didier Deschamps fuelled the story when asked about Phillipe’s future:

“I know Philippe well and he is part of the wider France squad.

“What is happening to him? I don’t know if he will leave Milan, as there is a particular situation going on with his club.”

Let us know what you think…are you happy to trade Bendtner for Mexes?

Bendtner could join Ryo Miyaichi in leaving the club this week with the young winger linked to a season long loan move to Wigan Athletic.

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  1. Innocent Nwofili 13 August, 2012 at 14:41 Reply

    Agree with Ken-gud riddance to an obviously
    self delluded oaf ever to dorm an Arsenal col
    ours.wellcome Mexes we need his experience

  2. Gabriel A.George 13 August, 2012 at 15:09 Reply

    I have always been a huge fan of Phillip Mexes,our defence needs a gud cover up when evil bell(injury) start ringing.AW,pls swap this deal,and i wil say THANKS.Mexes is experience.

  3. edu 13 August, 2012 at 15:57 Reply

    bendtner is one of the most stupid mistake arsenal has done in their history, so any deal that will take him out is welcomed… whatever that Milan can give in return is better than leaving the idiot there and paying him for doing nothing…

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