Hamburg have confirmed their interest in landing Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner.
But their sporting director Frank Arnesen does not think they will land him.
AC Milan, Inter Milan, Borussia Dortmund, Sporting Lisbon and Newcastle are just some of the sides reportedly keen on taking the Danish international.
Bendtner was left off Arsenal's tour of Asia in order for him to hold talks over his future.
And now Hamburg have thrown their hat into the ring, with Arnesen feeling he could fill a midfield role for them.
"We need more creativity in our offensive. A midfielder with quality would be good for us," he told Hamburger Abendblatt.
"Bendtner would be a real dream, he is a very interesting player.
"He can also play as an attacking midfielder behind the attacker
"But it would almost amount to a small miracle for us to get him. There are two other clubs who have made an offer Nicklas and we are unfortunately not in that position."