The Merseyside club are looking to bolster their attacking options this summer, yet with little funds a permanent move for the misfiring Danish striker looks out of reach
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Everton manager David Moyes is looking to strengthen his team’s attacking options by bringing Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner to Goodison Park on loan, according to the Daily Mail.
Moyes was reportedly interested in the Danish forward in January, but Arsenal were unwilling to let him go due to Robin van Persie's injury.
Interest is said to be high in Bendtner, with clubs from both Germany and Portugal said to be chasing the 23-year-old’s signature. Benfica have reportedly registered the most interest in the player, but are said to be put off by Arsenal’s £11 million asking price.
With Louis Saha's injury problems, Yakubu reportedly interested in a permanent move to Leicester and both Jermaine Beckford and Victor Anichebe failing to cement their place in the starting line-up, the Goodison Park club are hoping to strengthen before the team travel to White Hart Lane on August 13 for the start of the Premier League campaign.
Moyes is also reportedly interested in Wigan’s Hugo Rodallega and Espanyol’s Dani Osvaldo, but both are said to be financially out of reach.