Nicklas Bendtner Shares Poster Calling For Him To Become Prime Minister Of Denmark

Nicklas Bendtner Shares Poster Calling For Him To Become Prime Minister Of Denmark

Nicklas Bendtner has always liked to push the boundaries.

And it seems the Wolfsburg striker could be set to out do himself this week, with a potential adventure in the world of politics.

Ok, maybe not quite, but the enigmatic frontman has shared a humorous poster calling for him to become the next Prime Minister of Denmark via Instagram.

The ex-Arsenal striker has never struggled with confidence, firstly making the bold claim that he would join either Barcelona or Real Madrid.

Then there was the time the 27-year-old publicly stated he was one of the best strikers in the world…


However, today is of course election day in Denmark and who knows, maybe Lord Bendtner could reign supreme:

Back in the real world and Bendter could be on the move this summer after a dismal showing in the Bundesliga last season.

His time in Germany has been shrouded in controversy and he managed just one goal for Wolfsburg who sealed Champions League qualification by finishing second.

Next stop Nou Camp, right?

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