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Top facts about Nicklas Bendtner, the lord of football

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Nicklas Bendtner signed for Arsenal in 2004 when he was only 16 years old and was having a reputation as one of the future stars of football. Read on to find out more facts about Nicklas Bendtner.

Nicklas Bendtner (born 16 January 1988) is a former Danish professional football forward. His preferred position was center-forward, but he has also played on the right and left sides of the attack.

Nicklas Bendtner’s age is 34

.

He was a large, tall, and physically strong player who excelled in the air and had a powerful header. Bendtner signed his first professional contract with Arsenal in 2005 after progressing through the youth ranks at Trnby Boldklub, Kjbenhavns Boldklub, and Trnby Boldklub.

He became a regular first-team player after his return to

Arsenal

, but he fell out of favor during the 2010–11 season. As a result, he spent the majority of the 2011–12 season on loan at Sunderland in the Premier League, where he made 30 appearances.

He subsequently spent the full 2012–13 season on loan with Juventus in Serie A, making ten appearances but failing to score. In 2014, Arsenal released Bendtner. He was then signed on a free transfer by VfL Wolfsburg, for whom he scored the winning goal in the 2015 DFL-Supercup.

After being released in 2016, he returned to England and spent the first half of the 2016–17 season with

Nottingham Forest

of the Championship, before signing with Rosenborg in March 2017.

Bendtner has represented Denmark at the under-16, under-17, under-19, under-21, and senior levels internationally. As an 18-year-old, he made his senior international debut against Poland in a friendly match on August 16, 2006, and scored his first international goal in that match.

Bendtner was a member of Denmark's 2010 FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro 2012 squads, as well as the 2018 World Cup qualifying squad.

Top facts about Nicklas Bendtner:

Nicklas Bendtner was dubbed "the new Zlatan Ibrahimović". He did progress quite quickly at Arsenal ranks, but the loan to Birmingham City was decisive. Bendtner impressed at Birmingham and got himself back at Arsenal the following season.

Nicklas Bendtner early life

Nicklas Bendtner was born in the Danish capital of Copenhagen. Regarding

Nicklas Bendtner’s childhood

, it should be mentioned that began his football career with Trnby Boldklub before joining Kjbenhavns Boldklub (KB), the feeder club of F.C. Copenhagen, in 1998.

Before joining English club Arsenal in August 2004, he scored four goals in six Danish national youth team matches. There is no information available regarding

Nicklas Bendtner’s parents

.

Nicklas Bendtner personal life

Bendtner was seen in Hyde Park with former Baroness Caroline Iuel-Brockdorff, a socialite and close friend of the Danish Royal Family, in November 2009.

She divorced banker Rory Fleming, Ian Fleming's first cousin once removed, with whom she has two children, in 2008.

The pair met on a reality program while Iuel-Brockdorff was rebuilding her family's house, Valdemar's Castle. Bendtner was a guest, and the two collaborated on a picture session to advertise his attendance.

Iuel-Brockdorff gave birth to Bendtner's kid at London's Portland Hospital in December 2010. Soon later, the pair split up.

An important fact about Nicklas Bendtner is that he is known as "Lord Bendtner" by his cult followers. According to his agency, he deemed the purchase of a square foot of land in Scotland by Danish celebrity newspaper Se og Hr in March 2015 to confer the title of "Lord" on him a "fun gimmick."

Bendtner has also joined in on the joke, posting a photo of himself carrying the Ballon d'Or and standing for Prime Minister of Denmark in the June 2015 election on Instagram. Bendtner was dubbed "Emperor" at Rosenborg because Mushaga Bakenga was already known as "Lord" at the time.

Bendtner was sentenced to 50 days in jail in Denmark in November 2018 for attacking a taxi driver. Bendtner and his lawyer dismissed their appeal on November 21, recognizing that Bendtner would spend his term in prison or under home arrest.

Nicklas Bendtner professional career

An important

fact about Nicklas Bendtner

is that he made his League Cup debut against Sunderland in October 2005. Bendtner was loaned out to Championship club

Birmingham City

for the 2006–07 season, making 48 appearances.

Nicklas Bendtner club career

In the Arsenal reserves, Bendtner and Arturo Lupoli created a potent attack tandem. On October 25, 2005, he made his Arsenal first-team debut as a late substitution for Quincy Owusu-Abeyie in a League Cup match against

Sunderland

at the Stadium of Light.

Birmingham City

In August 2006, Bendtner was loaned to Birmingham City of the Championship to get first-team experience; the loan was originally for the month of January 2007.

On August 5, he made his Birmingham debut as a replacement for Stephen Clemence against Colchester United. He scored the game-winning goal in the last half-hour of play. Birmingham's loan has been extended till the conclusion of the 2006–07 season.

He scored eleven league goals as Birmingham finished second in the Championship and got promoted to the Premier League.

Arsenal

An important fact about Nicklas Bendtner is that he returned to Arsenal for the 2007–08 Premier League season after signing a new five-year deal with the club in May 2007.

After performing at Birmingham, the young striker was offered options to play first-team football abroad, with rumors claiming that Olympique Lyonnais and Milan were interested in signing him, but he chose to remain in order to gain a starting spot.

Bendtner scored his first goal at the Emirates Stadium in the inaugural Emirates Cup pre-season event against Paris Saint-Germain; he also assisted another goal for Mathieu Flamini and missed a late penalty.

On August 12, 2007, he made his Premier League debut as a substitute against

Fulham

. The match-winning goal in a 2–0 League Cup match against Newcastle United on September 25, 2007, was his first competitive goal for Arsenal.

In the 89th minute of a 7–0 triumph against Slavia Prague on October 23, he scored his first UEFA Champions League goal, scoring off a back-heeled cross from Emmanuel Eboué to tie the record Champions League victory.

An important fact about Nicklas Bendtner is that he scored his first Premier League goal in a 2–1 Arsenal win against Tottenham Hotspur at the Emirates Stadium on December 22, 2007. He broke the previous mark by heading the winning goal from a Cesc Fàbregas corner barely 1.8 seconds (official time) after coming in as a replacement for Eboué.

A week later, he made his Premier League debut against Everton, when he was sent off for two bookable offences. He scored his first FA Cup goal against Burnley on January 6, 2008, after serving his ban, as Arsenal won 2–0.

When Arsène Wenger rested Robin van Persie during the season, he sought to pair Bendtner with Emmanuel Adebayor. Bendtner and Adebayor, on the other hand, did not get along.

When the duo had a furious on-pitch confrontation with the scoreline at 4–1 to Tottenham in the 2008 League Cup semi-final second leg away at Tottenham, referee Howard Webb, captain William Gallas, and other players had to interfere and separate the two.

Later, on Arsenal's website, Adebayor apologized, and the Football Association refused to take any official action against either of them. Bendtner also kept Arsenal top of the standings with a last-minute equalizer at

Aston Villa

.

Bendtner's 2008–09 preseason highlight was scoring four goals in the first half of Arsenal's 10–2 win against Burgenland XI on July 29, 2008.

He scored his first Premier League goal of the season against Bolton Wanderers and assisted Eboué's goal inside 90 seconds.

Bendtner struggled in October and November, but on November 25, he scored a controversial 87th-minute winner in the Champions League against Dynamo Kyiv to guarantee Arsenal through to the knockout rounds.

Fàbregas hit the ball forward after treating an injured player, with Dynamo evidently expecting the ball to be returned to them, and Bendtner scored with a left-footed strike. He was arrested for celebrating by taking off his shirt.

He scored two additional goals as a substitute in January, both late winners against

Bolton Wanderers

and Hull City, both from Van Persie crosses.

An important

fact about Nicklas Bendtner

is that he was chastised on February 24 after squandering many opportunities in a 1–0 victory against Roma in the Champions League knockout rounds.

He scored two goals in Arsenal's 3–1 triumph against West Bromwich Albion the following week. When he missed a run of opportunities against Blackburn Rovers, the supporters were considerably more supportive of him.

Despite this, Arsenal triumphed 4–0 owing to Andrey Arshavin's spectacular goal and a brace from Eboué. Bendtner scored a header from a long free-kick in a 3–1 victory against Newcastle United.

On May 5, 2009, the 21-year-old Bendtner was seen leaving a party with his belt undone and his pants pulled down, hours after Arsenal's 3–1 home loss by Manchester United in the Champions League semi-final.

"I may be young," he subsequently acknowledged, "but my acts were a terrible judgment call that I profoundly regret." Arsenal lost 4–1 on aggregate against reigning champions United, with Bendtner coming on as a second-half replacement. Bendtner made atonement by scoring a consolation goal in a 4–1 loss to London rival Chelsea.

A notable fact about Nicklas Bendtner is that he began the 2009–10 season by declaring that he would be changing his Arsenal squad number from 26 to 52, which he stated was "an important number to [him] personally." He promised to reimburse any fans who had previously purchased a jersey with his old number emblazoned on it.

In a 3–2 away victory over Standard Liège in the Champions League group stage, he scored his first goal of the season.

He was engaged in an automobile accident while traveling along the A1 on the morning of September 27th. He sustained wounds to his knees and shoulder ache, and his Aston Martin was written off.

He made his comeback on the 4th of October, scoring his first league goal in Arsenal's 6–2 win over Blackburn Rovers. He scored the game-winning goal in a 2–1 win over Liverpool in the League Cup on October 28.

Bendtner had surgery in Germany on November 10 after worsening a groin injury in a 3–0 victory against

Tottenham Hotspur

on October 31. He was supposed to be sidelined for up to four weeks, but he didn't return until a 0–0 stalemate at Villa Park on January 27.

After recuperating from his injury, he started his first match and played 82 minutes in Arsenal's triumph against Liverpool on February 10th, completing his return to full health.

He scored his first league goal since October ten days later, opening the scoring in a 2–0 home defeat against Sunderland. On February 27, he scored the equalizing goal in a 3–1 triumph against Stoke City at the Britannia Stadium.

A notable fact about Nicklas Bendtner is that he earned his first hat-trick of his professional career in a 5–0 win against Porto in the Champions League first knockout round second leg on March 9, avenging a 2–1 deficit in the first leg.

Four days later, he scored a stoppage-time winner against Hull City to tie the Gunners for first place in the Premier League with Chelsea.

On 3 April, another stoppage-time winner was scored in a 1–0 victory against Wolverhampton Wanderers. Bendtner received nearly 33% of the votes for Arsenal Player of the Month for his efforts in March.

On April 6, he scored Arsenal's sole goal in a 4–1 loss to

Barcelona

at the Camp Nou, knocking them out of the Champions League quarter-finals.

Bendtner's first appearance of the season came as a substitute against Birmingham City on 16 October, after his groin condition worsened during the 2010 World Cup and he was sidelined for over four months.

In a 3–0 away victory over Manchester City on October 24, he scored his first goal of the season. Three days later, he scored again in a League Cup match at St James' Park against Newcastle United, which Arsenal won 4–0.

On January 25, 2011, Bendtner scored his first goal of the season in the League Cup against Ipswich Town, bringing the aggregate score to 1–1. Arsenal won the game 3–0 and the match on aggregate 3–1.

A notable

fact about Nicklas Bendtner

is that he was named Arsenal Goal of the Month for January as a result of the goal. Bendtner scored a hat-trick against League One side Leyton Orient in the FA Cup fifth round replay on March 2.

It was his first hat-trick in over a year, and the first by an Arsenal player in an FA Cup match since Ian Wright's against Yeovil Town in 1993. While transfer discussions were ongoing, Bendtner was left out of Arsenal's summer tour of Asia in 2011.

Bendtner announced his wish to leave Arsenal in August, citing the necessity for first-team play as motivation, amid speculations of interest from Stoke City and Borussia Dortmund, as well as verified interest from Hamburg sports director Frank Arnesen.

Sunderland

Sunderland finalized a one-year loan agreement for Bendtner on the last day of the August 2011 transfer window, reuniting the striker with manager Steve Bruce.

Bendtner was believed to have said a few days later that he would never play for Arsenal again since he was not given the chance to establish himself in the first squad after his automobile accident. He assisted against

Chelsea

on his debut.

His first goal came on October 1st, when he set up Ahmed Elmohamady's equalizer after Sunderland had fought back from a 2–0 deficit to tie with West Bromwich Albion. Bendtner had to wait three weeks for the Dubious Goals Committee to give him credit for the goal, which was scored off Gareth McAuley.

Bendtner's second goal for Sunderland came in injury time against Bolton Wanderers, resulting in Sunderland's first away victory of the season, a 2–0 match.

In a 3–2 triumph against Queens Park Rangers, he scored his third goal. Bendtner shattered his eye socket in a collision during Sunderland's match against Swansea City on January 21, 2012, and wore a protective facemask when he returned to duty.

On 4 March, he scored a penalty to put Sunderland ahead in the Tyne-Wear derby, and he scored again the following week to give his club a 1–0 victory against Liverpool.

He scored the first goal in Sunderland's 3–1 win against Queens Park Rangers at home, with a "unstoppable" header, and added to his tally for the month of March with Sunderland's second goal in a 3–3 draw away to Manchester City. With eight Premier League goals, he concluded the season as Sunderland's leading scorer.

Juventus

A notable fact about Nicklas Bendtner is that he joined Italian Serie A team

Juventus

on loan for the season on the final day of the August 2012 transfer window, with the option to make the move permanent.

He made his Juventus Stadium debut as a substitute for Fabio Quagliarella in a 2–0 victory over Chievo on September 22, 2012, while his first start followed five weeks later in a 1–0 win against Catania.

In December, he began again in a Coppa Italia match against Cagliari, but he sustained a thigh injury that necessitated surgery and forced him to miss at least two months.

While he was forced to withdraw due to injury, he sparked controversy when he was arrested for drunk driving on March 4, 2013.

Bendtner did not play again until Juventus' last league match of the season, when the team had already clinched the championship. He broke his wrist late in the game after coming in as a 74th-minute replacement in the 3–2 loss to Sampdoria on May 18, 2013.

He only made two league starts and failed to score in eleven appearances in all competitions. Juventus decided not to make Bendtner's loan permanent, therefore he returned to Arsenal.

Arsenal

Bendtner was an unused substitute against Stoke City on September 22, 2013. He made his first Arsenal debut in two years three days later, in a League Cup match against West Bromwich Albion.

After extra time, he assisted on Thomas Eisfeld's goal, and the match ended 1–1. Bendtner played the whole 120 minutes for Arsenal, scoring their first penalty in a 4–3 shootout victory.

With a second-minute header in a 2–0 victory over Hull Cuty on December 4, he scored his first Arsenal goal since March 2011.

Bendtner scored his last goal for Arsenal in the 88th minute against Cardiff City, hurting his ankle in the process, before Theo Walcott completed a 2–0 victory. He had wanted to impress Arsenal, but this did not happen, and he was released when his contract expired at the conclusion of the season.

Wolfsburg VfL

Bendtner signed a three-year contract with VfL Wolfsburg of the Bundesliga on August 15, 2014. "A striker at the ideal age, who was already able to acquire a lot of international experience in his career, which did not always go in a straight line," said managing director Klaus Allofs.

Bendtner made his Wolfsburg debut on August 30th, coming in as a second-half replacement in a 2–2 match with Eintracht Frankfurt.

In a 5–1 Europa League triumph against Krasnodar on November 6, he scored his first two goals for Wolfsburg, one from the penalty spot and one from open play.

He scored his first Bundesliga goal against Schalke 04 in a 3–2 away loss sixteen days later. He scored an 89th-minute winner against Inter Milan at the San Siro on March 19, 2015, to seal a 5–2 aggregate victory and advance Wolfsburg to the Europa League quarter-finals.

In the 2015 DFB-Pokal Final, Bendtner was an unused replacement as Wolfsburg defeated

Borussia Dortmund

3–1.

A notable fact about Nicklas Bendtner is that he started his second season at Wolfsburg by winning the 2015 DFL-Supercup against Bayern Munich, scoring a "poacher's finish" from Kevin De Bruyne's cross in the 89th minute to equalize the game 1–1 and then clinching the championship in a penalty shootout.

On August 8, 2015, he maintained his strong form by scoring in a 4–1 victory against Stuttgarter Kickers in the first round of the 2015–16 DFB-Pokal, then two weeks later, he scored in a 1–1 draw with 1. FC Köln to open his Bundesliga account for the season.

Bendtner's contract, which was set to expire in June 2017, was canceled with immediate effect by Wolfsburg on April 25, 2016. Bendtner trained with his local club F.C. Copenhagen as a free agent.

Nottingham Forest

Bendtner signed a two-year contract with English Championship team Nottingham Forest on September 7, 2016. Bendtner said that he went to Forest because both sides were desperate: Forest needed a striker and Bendtner wanted to be closer to his kid in London and get his football career back on track.

He made his first appearance for the club in the 2016–17 EFL Cup against previous club Arsenal on September 20, following which

Arsène Wenger

said that "If he stays in shape, he has a chance to return to the highest level. Nicklas Bendtner, I believe, can score goals against anybody if he is hungry, and that is exactly what you want from him."

Bendtner scored an own goal against Forest's rivals Derby County on December 11, 2016, in a 3–0 loss. Bendtner scored two goals in seventeen appearances for the Forest in all competitions.

When Bendtner came to Forest, he felt that his heart wasn't in it, and that 'It wasn't until I got to Rosenborg that I rediscovered myself again and found that genuine passion of football.'

BK Rosenborg

Bendtner joined Rosenborg of Norway for an unknown sum on March 6, 2017. He made his Mesterfinalen debut in 2017, coming in as a second-half replacement against Brann and assisting on the second goal in a 2–0 victory.

In his Eliteserien debut against Odds at Lerkendal, he also scored his first league goal. Bendtner scored a trivela goal from beyond the penalty area in a 2–1 victory against Molde FK on August 12.

Bendtner won his second Mesterfinalen in a row in 2018, scoring the game's sole goal against Lillestrm, nutmegging defender Marius Amundsen en way to the goal.

Copenhagen

F.C. Copenhagen signed Bendtner on a one-year contract on transfer deadline day, September 2, 2019. Bendtner's contract with Copenhagen was not extended on December 17, 2019, and he departed the club again at the end of the year. On October 31, 2019, he scored his sole goal in a cup match against FC Nordsjlland.

Retirement

Trnby FF, whose senior squad participates in the fourth-tier Denmark Series, announced on August 25, 2020, that Bendtner had signed with the club and would join the "M+32 Old Boys" team.

Martin Skov Hstrup, the M+32 team's organizer, said of Bendtner's addition to the team: "Nicklas' desire to keep in shape alongside some of the individuals he has known for a long time makes us very pleased.

This is an opportunity that we have been talking about for a long time." He made his first appearance for the squad on September 9th, starting as an attacking midfielder in a 1–0 victory against Fredensborg.

Bendtner confirmed his retirement from football in the Discovery+ show Bendtner og Philine in June 2021.

He remarked in the show that: ""You play football all your life, and one day it stops," he said, adding that "because of that, I haven't been able to do some of the things I like." I guess I'll need a bit more time to comprehend the fact that it's all over now."

Nicklas Bendtner international career

A notable

fact about Nicklas Bendtner

is that he began his international career in February 2004 with three matches for Denmark's under-16 squad. He scored a hat-trick against Armenia in his third game.

He subsequently went on to score six goals in 15 games for Denmark's under-17s, earning him the title of Danish Under-17 Player of the Year in 2004.

Bendtner made his under-21 debut on May 17, 2006, when he was 18 years old, scoring both goals in a friendly match between Denmark and Spain.

He was the youngest player to be named to Denmark's team for the 2006 European Under-21 Championships, and he took the position of Morten "Duncan" Rasmussen in the starting lineup.

Bendtner later told the press that Rasmussen's substitution for him during the match against the Netherlands was a mistake and that he was a stronger striker than Rasmussen.

He was reprimanded, apologized to his teammates, and kept his starting spot for Denmark's last group match before the team was eliminated.

Bendtner made his senior debut for Denmark on August 16, 2006, at the age of 18 years and 212 days, making him the sixth youngest debutant in history.

He began the match, which was a friendly against Poland, and scored after 32 minutes to give

Denmark

a 2–0 victory.

He made his second senior match for his nation on September 1, as a substitute in a friendly against Portugal. In a 4–2 victory for Denmark, he scored the game's last goal. Bendtner won a starting spot for the senior squad after scoring two goals in UEFA Euro 2008 qualifiers, while still qualifying for the U21s.

Bendtner scored an 84th-minute goal against Portugal in the 2010 World Cup qualifiers to tie the game at 1–1; Denmark went on to win 3–2.

In the rematch against Portugal, he scored again in a 1–1 tie, and four days later he scored a header against Albania in another 1–1 draw. In Denmark's 1–0 victory against Sweden, he assisted Jakob Poulsen's goal, ensuring them qualification for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

He scored three goals throughout the season. He was named Danish Player of the Year for his efforts, and his goal against

Portugal

was named Goal of the Year.

Coach Morten Olsen chose Bendtner for the World Cup team. He appeared in all three of Denmark's group matches and scored the opening goal in their 2–1 victory against Cameroon.

Bendtner declined the chance to represent Sweden in the 2011 European Under-21 Championships in order to "spend some quality time with [his] little kid."

On September 6, 2011, he scored two goals for the senior squad in a 2–0 victory against Norway in UEFA Euro 2012 qualification. He scored a "second-half tap-in" against Portugal on October 11 to guarantee Denmark's qualification for Euro 2012.

Bendtner scored against Sweden and Finland in November friendly, with the latter scoring the match's winning goal after "finishing a brilliant counterattacking play."

Bendtner has been included to Denmark's Euro 2012 team. "Tall and strong, capable of serving as a target man, but also possesses the technical talents to play deeper or on the wing," according to a Sports Illustrated preview.

He scored twice in Denmark's 3–2 loss to Portugal in the second group match on June 13th. Bendtner flashed the Paddy Power logo on the waistband of his underpants after scoring his second goal, in an act of ambush marketing for which UEFA suspended him for one 2014 World Cup qualifying match and fined him €100,000. The fine was paid by the corporation.

He scored the equalizing goal in a 1–1 tie with Bulgaria in a World Cup qualifier on October 12, 2012, then earned a yellow card four days later when playing against Italy.

Bendtner was banned from consideration for national team selection for six months by the Danish Football Association (DBU) in March 2013, after his arrest for drunk driving.

As stated in their statement: "Nicklas Bendtner has been ordered by the DBU to take six months off to consider his international future. The DBU respects all players' freedom to a private life, but we also have some guidelines that foreign players must follow in their public behavior."

He scored both of Denmark's goals in a 2–2 draw against Italy in his next game, and was yellow-carded for removing his shirt in celebration.

Bendtner was sidelined from international football until a friendly against

England

at Wembley Stadium in March 2014, when he played the opening 63 minutes after suffering an ankle injury while on club duties with Arsenal.

Bendtner was left out of the Denmark team in the first round of international call-ups after his move to Wolfsburg, with Morten Olsen opting for Martin Braithwaite as his solitary striker for a friendly against Turkey and a Euro 2016 qualifier against Armenia.

In a friendly against the United States in Aarhus in March 2015, he scored a hat-trick as Denmark came from behind to win 3–2.

He was included in Denmark's preliminary 35-man squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup, and he kept his spot when the team was cut to 27, however a groin injury suffered on club duty prevented him from making the final 23.

Nicklas Bendtner playing style

Bendtner was a dynamic striker who could play in a variety of offensive positions. His favourite position was as a centre-forward, although he has occasionally played out wide on both flanks. He was a huge, tall, and physically strong player who excelled in the air and had a powerful header.

He was regarded as "a player blessed with a fabulous all-round talent" and a quick, intelligent, and hard-working striker, with a good positional sense, first touch, tactical awareness, and an ability to score goals or hold up the ball and create chances, despite being a promising but undisciplined player in his youth.

Arsène Wenger, Bendtner's former Arsenal manager, previously hailed him as a "potentially unstoppable striker" who was "excellent in the air" as a youth and had "good technique, good size, good speed and superb link play," adding that "he had it all in the locker."

Bendtner, despite his talent and confidence in his abilities, suffered from injuries that limited his fitness; he was also chastised in the media for his perceived arrogance, mentality, and inconsistency, as well as his off-field antics, and as a result, he has been accused of failing to live up to his potential.

Nicklas Bendtner social media

Regarding

Nicklas Bendtner social media

, it should be mentioned that he has an Instagram page (

@bendtner

) with 448k followers. On the page, we can see various pictures of him along with his fans and family.

He also has a Twitter account (

@bendtnerb52

) with 320k followers. He often posts new stuff on his Twitter page.

Nicklas Bendtner body measurements

Speaking about

Nicklas Bendtner body measurements

, it should be mentioned that the former player is 193cm and 84kg.

Nicklas Bendtner net worth and salary

Nicklas Bendtner's net worth

was estimated to be around £7 million ($9 million) in 2018, according to The Squander. In collaboration with Louis Vuitton, Nicklas Bendtner has his own clothing line.

 

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