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Another Imminent Signing?

After securing the services of Marlon King, reports are coming in that Fulham are also chasing defender Brede Hangeland, according to reports in Norway.

Currently playing for the Danish side FC Copenhagen, the Norwegian international, who joined the Danish side from Viking, looks set to join up again with Roy Hodgson who had previously worked with the defender whilst at Viking.

Reports suggest that Fulham could be prepared to pay as much as 3.5 million for the twenty-six year old defender who has previously been tracked by Newcastle and Aston Villa.

We believe the defender is currently in London undergoing a medical and like King could feature on Saturday.




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Date:Thursday January 17 2008

Time: 7:30PM

Your Comments

Can't say I've heard of him! Let's hope for your sakes Hodgson spends the money better than Sanchez!
merlin
No-one in the world could have spent worse than sanchez! even my five year old cousin said that Baird was rubbish, but still healy was cheap
Backslash2010
Davis was a good deal at 4million and Konch at 3million and hughes at 1million. Kamara, Baird and bouazza were way too much! I trust roy so hurray to this defender!
oranje_emu
We have landed him today
Backslash2010
He'll take you down.
storagematt
buy a tall centre back? Now why didn't lawrie think of that?
davidjwilkins
cos there were no Irish ones available?
Putney
hahahaha. thanks putney, I needed a laff after today's result...
davidjwilkins
 

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