Nicklas Bendtner is back to Danish Football
The Super League club FC Copenhagen picks up Danish striker Nicklas Bendtner from Norwegian Rosenborg BK
The Copenhagen Club has signed a contract with Nicklas Bendtner for the rest of the year.
It happens shortly before the transfer window closes on Monday night.
“It feels even bigger than I dreamed. I know it is a very special opportunity and I will do everything in my power to seize it for the next four months”, Nicklas Bendtner writes on his Instagram profile.
Already in May, Rosenborg’s sporting manager announced that the striker would leave the Norwegian club after he was left out of the team’s matches for a month.
Leaving Rosenborg four months ahead of time and this was despite the fact that Dane’s contract ran until the end of 2019.
“It wasn’t with my goodwill that I lay still over the summer. But the break has made me wiser about where I stand in my career. I’m not tired of football at all. I’m hungry and motivated like never before” Nicklas Bendtner writes in his post on Instagram.
The attacker will have his first training with his teammates in Copenhagen on Wednesday at 10.30, after which a press conference will be held at 14 with Nicklas Bendtner and manager Ståle Solbakken.
Until then, the parties have no further comments, FCK writes in the press release.
Prior to this season, he served a 50-day prison sentence for violence against a taxi driver last year in Copenhagen. The punishment was served with foot links in Copenhagen.
Nicklas Bendtner joined Rosenborg in 2017, and in his first season, he became the top scorer in the Elite series, which is Norway’s best series.