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Fulham - Hangeland Interest Growing!

Fulham - Hangeland Interest Growing!

Interestingly, the day after we published an article telling of how our giant Norwegian defender lost little sleep during the transfer window when it came to the suggestion of a move, it appears the vultures are once again preparing to swoop.

The latest suggestion is that Manchester City and Liverpool are said to be preparing bids in the region of £7 million for Hangeland, a figure so high that Fulham would, apparently, be unable to resist.

If there is any truth in the rumour they may well be right, especially if we relate the case to the January departure of Jimmy Bullard or was that just a contract issue?

The future looks, how they might say, interesting!



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Writer:Andrew Joyce
Date:Monday March 2 2009
Time: 4:30PM

Comments

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i dont think mo would accept a bid of only 2 mil more than that flop that was bullard!! i dont think he will neccessarily stay, as much as i want him too, but we will get a very good price if he does go.....mo and roy arent stupid!! :D:
KBFulham
02/03/2009 16:55:00
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i dont think mo would accept a bid of only 2 mil more than that flop that was bullard!! i dont think he will neccessarily stay, as much as i want him too, but we will get a very good price if he does go.....mo and roy arent stupid!! :D:
KBFulham
02/03/2009 16:55:00
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Liverpool may have a limit, but I think you could get just about anything you wanted from Man City. As I said before, if Bridge is worth 10m, then Brede has to be worth more.
Samboney
02/03/2009 17:15:00
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Liverpool may have a limit, but I think you could get just about anything you wanted from Man City. As I said before, if Bridge is worth 10m, then Brede has to be worth more.
Samboney
02/03/2009 17:15:00
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Actually, maybe we ask Man City for 5m and have them throw in Daniel Sturridge and Michael Johnson. They're after instant glory, so I think they're going to try and assemble the Brazilian national team in the summer, so they may have a number of good young players that are not part of their plans.
Samboney
02/03/2009 17:23:00
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Actually, maybe we ask Man City for 5m and have them throw in Daniel Sturridge and Michael Johnson. They're after instant glory, so I think they're going to try and assemble the Brazilian national team in the summer, so they may have a number of good young players that are not part of their plans.
Samboney
02/03/2009 17:23:00
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not a bad idea, but stability and a good defensive framework has been key to our good form this season, i don't think replacing one of the best centre backs around for a striker and a midfielder would really be the best option. it would leave a hole that cannot be filled with only 5 mil. that is just my opinion though!!
KBFulham
02/03/2009 17:57:00
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not a bad idea, but stability and a good defensive framework has been key to our good form this season, i don't think replacing one of the best centre backs around for a striker and a midfielder would really be the best option. it would leave a hole that cannot be filled with only 5 mil. that is just my opinion though!!
KBFulham
02/03/2009 17:57:00
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Good point. If Man City is trully interested, that means that Richard Dunne or Micah Richards is out of favor. Dunne almost left last summer, so he might be an option. Additionally, I don't expect Blackburn to go down, but if they do, then Christopher Samba would be a possible replacement. I think he's a good player. Still, the perfect solution is just to keep Brede!
Samboney
02/03/2009 18:50:00
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Good point. If Man City is trully interested, that means that Richard Dunne or Micah Richards is out of favor. Dunne almost left last summer, so he might be an option. Additionally, I don't expect Blackburn to go down, but if they do, then Christopher Samba would be a possible replacement. I think he's a good player. Still, the perfect solution is just to keep Brede!
Samboney
02/03/2009 18:50:00
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