Wenger will definitely/maybe land Hangeland

Wenger will definitely/maybe land Hangeland

Brede Hangeland is on his way to Arsenal after all. Even though he says the rumour of his switch from Fulham is just newspaper talk.
<someone is telling porkies. Or at least evading the truth with smoke and mirrors. It comes down to who you choose to believe. The transfer buzz grew in and around Norway's World Cup qualifier against Scotland in Oslo last night.Sky commentators suggested that their Norwegian counterparts in the printed media would today run the story that Hangeland would be a Gooner by Saturday.
Add to this the fact that Fulham's new midfield signing Bjorn Helge Riise says his international team-mate will move to Arsenal if he gets the right deal.
"It's very good for him, he's done something right when clubs like Arsenal are interested," he told Sky Sports News.
Hangerland had earlier told them he just gets on with playing and that the papers' stories are just speculative.
So it's a waiting game but if he does come to the club but would hardly be the best preparation to get to know Gallas and Co in time for a impactful display at Everton. I think it is very un-Wengerlike and if he does come to us I think it'll be a week or two nbefore he plays.<
One things is fo sure, he won't be able to play against Celtic in the Champions League play-off as he has already appeared in Fulham's Europa Thingy campaign.
Any road up, I think he looked steady as Norway beat the Jocks 4-0.
Elsewhere, the nationals pick up on the story that broke yesterday regarding Nicolas Bendtner changing his squad number from 26 to his lucky number 52, with the Sun suggesting he hopes will improve his fortunes in front of goal. Hmm.
The Daily Mail says Bendtner’s decision will cost him a £10,000 bill from Arsenal after offering to reimburse fans who bought replica shirts with his old number. More like £100.
Most of the tabloids carry the tale of woe from poor diddums Alexander Hleb, who has recently joined former club Stuttgart on a season-long loan, admitting he made a mistake in leaving Arsenal last summer.
Really? Still you have a healthy bank balance nonetheless my pidgeon-toed little pal.

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