Hull City and Stoke are prepared to offer Nicklas Bendtner an escape route from Arsenal, according to Daily Mirror.
The Danish striker remained at the Emirates after his attempts to leave the club in the summer fell through, but chances are that he will be on the way out in January.
Following the utterly disappointing performance in the Capital One Cup defeat to Chelsea, Arsene Wenger seems to have lost patience with the Denmark international and is likely to offload him at the earliest opportunity.
Daily Mirror understands that Hull City and Stoke are hoping to sign the striker on a cut-price deal in January.
With Bendtner’s contract at the Emirates due to expire at the end of the current campaign, chances are he will be available for a nominal fee in the winter.
The Tigers do seem to have the upper hand at the moment, mostly because it was under Steve Bruce that the striker enjoyed his most successful seasons up to date, having scored 11 and 8 league goals while on loan at Birmingham and Sunderland respectively.