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Target - Hangeland

One Sunday red-top is using our current central defender crisis to suggest we could be recruiting come January.

With Chris Smalling, Phil Jones and Nemanja Vidic all side-lined with injuries and with Jonny Evans in and out with a recurring dead-leg, thee inference is that Sir Alex Ferguson is looking towards Craven Cottage with a view to bringing Brede Hangeland to Old Trafford.

The red-top accepts that the tall Norwegian is no spring-chicken, at 31, but reckons his Premier League experience makes him the ideal candidate to do a decent job for Manchester United.

Could they be right?



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Writer: Red Boy Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Sunday October 7 2012

Time: 11:19AM

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If we're talkibg about the what-if scenario in the event the club do decide to sell Vidic then, whilst I respect Hangeland is a very good defender, I'd sooner go for someone else. Sakho or Ogbonna, younger defenders with great potential and already capable of doing a very good job in their position. Sakho is struggling to come across game time with Silva, Alex and Lugano all ahead of him in the pecking order and before Silva signed he did say he would put in a transfer request and seek to leave so he shouldn't cost too much. Ogbonna is playing for Torino which would make him a much easier to get target.
TheFamousNo7
If we're talkibg about the what-if scenario in the event the club do decide to sell Vidic then, whilst I respect Hangeland is a very good defender, I'd sooner go for someone else. Sakho or Ogbonna, younger defenders with great potential and already capable of doing a very good job in their position. Sakho is struggling to come across game time with Silva, Alex and Lugano all ahead of him in the pecking order and before Silva signed he did say he would put in a transfer request and seek to leave so he shouldn't cost too much. Ogbonna is playing for Torino which would make him a much easier to get target.
TheFamousNo7
 

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