Arsenal to offer giant International big contract in smart summer business

Long-standing Arsenal target Brede Hangeland has been released by Fulham, according to the Daily Express website

The 32-year-old Norway international was Roy Hodgson’s first acquisition at Craven Cottage in 2008 and has since made 272 appearances in all competitions.

The Cottagers had the centre-back tied down for another year, but have decided to terminate his contract following their relegation to the Championship.

And there has been some reports which have claimed the likes of Arsenal could make a move, as they look to add a solid unit to their back line this window.

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