Hull City consider Nicklas Bendtner bid

Juve loanee striker Nicklas Bendtner celebrates following a goal by Sebastian Giovinco on December 1, 2012
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Hull City turn their attention to Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendnter in the search for forwards with Premier League experience, according to reports.

Hull City manager Steve Bruce is reportedly considering a £2m swoop for Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendnter.

Bruce's attempts to bolster his forward line during the close season have proved frustrating, with Burnley forward Charlie Austin failing a medical earlier this week.

After being priced out of moves for Gary Hooper and Darren Bent, the Tigers will turn their attention to Bendnter in a cut-price deal, according to The Sun.

The Danish striker previously worked with Bruce during a season-long loan spell at Sunderland, with Hull prepared to offer the 25-year-old first-team football in a switch to the KC Stadium.

Bendnter saw a move to Eintracht Frankfurt fall through earlier this week over personal terms, but Hull are thought to more receptive over the poacher's salary demands.

Hull boss Steve Bruce gives the thumbs up prior to kick off in the match against Ipswich on April 13, 2013
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