Why, just why? Clubless Nicklas Bendtner posts this nearly-naked photograph of himself on Instagram
Danish striker seems to be enjoying his time away from the game
Nicklas Bendtner does not have a club to play for anymore after Arsenal let him go at the end of last season, and he does not seem to be going out of his way to find a new one. Does he even care? Judging by this picture, it appears not.
Here is a picture he proudly posted of himself on his Instagram account today, where he is relaxing in the sun, with just a bra protecting his modesty.
He wrote in the caption: "Remember to protect yourself against the sun."
Bendtner has been linked with moves to Eintracht Frankfurt and Aston Villa this summer, after his eight-year spell at Arsenal came to an end after the club decided against renewing his contract.
The Danish striker has scored just 24 goals in a total of 106 Premier League matches for the Gunners between 2005 and 2014, and has been out on loan spells in two of the past three seasons, with Sunderland and then Juventus.
Bendtner scored two goals in 12 matches in all competitions for the Gunners last season.
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