The 24-year-old will represent Denmark in this summer's tournament as they try to regain the trophy they famously won in 1992.
Bendtner says that helping his national side in Poland and Ukraine is his priority at present, with any decision regarding his club future at the back of his mind for now.
"Yes, I have talked to other clubs," he told reporters.
"I have told all the clubs that I want to wait until after Euro 2012.
"We have got plenty of time to sort out the future."The Dane spent the season on loan at Sunderland but Martin O'Neill hasn't yet made a decision on whether to sign him on a permanent basis.
His career at his parent club Arsenal seems to be over and the Gunners also recently bolstered their attack with German forward Lukas Podolski.
German champions Borussia Dortmund are among those believed to be interested in signing Bendtner, to replace the departing Lucas Barrios.