By FOX SPORTS staff
Moving to Juventus last summer with hopes of making a name for himself in Europe, Bendtner struggled in his maiden Serie A season, during which he failed to score a single goal for Antonio Conte's men.
The Danish international told Tuttosport that injuries prevented him from contributing to the Bianconeri's title chase, but insisted he had settled well into the squad.
"It was a horrible season at Juventus due to so many physical problems, even if I was happy with the Bianconeri and made many friends in the team. I have to look forward now," Bendtner said.
With parent club Arsenal reportedly in the market for a new striker, Bendtner admitted that he hoped to move on from the Emirates Stadium soon.
"Playing football is what I love more than anything else in the world. I am in talks with five or six clubs at the moment, so now I must make the right decision," Bendnter stated.
"It will be a permanent transfer, as agreed with Arsenal. Now we have to work on the fee, but it will all be resolved soon and I hope to join the right club within a couple of weeks."