Bradford boss wants Millwall target James Hanson to stay

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Millwall have not formally agreed a fee with Bradford City for striker James Hanson.

Boss Neil Harris wants to bring the target man to The Den, but Bradford have already rejected two offers from the Lions.

A third bid remains on the table but Bantams manager Phil Parkinson does not want the 27-year-old to leave the club and has been trying to convince him that his immediate future remains at Valley Parade.

Parkinson has told local media in Bradford he wants to keep the club’s best players to build on last season’s seventh-place finish in League One – and Hanson is believed to be part of those plans.

Hanson attracted the attention of Millwall after some eye-catching performances in the FA Cup last season, including a goal in their 4-0 third-round win over Ian Holloway’s side.

Harris, however, will move on to other targets if a deal cannot be agreed for the centre-forward.

John Kelly


24 thoughts on “Bradford boss wants Millwall target James Hanson to stay

  • June 24, 2015 at 19:40

    Who said its a done deal by Thursday lol, we've penny pinched strikers that got us in this mess in the first place, same old Millwall,we were warned in Jackets last season and thereafter.

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  • June 24, 2015 at 19:46

    If you want the player put a proper bid in instead of f****** about, anybody who's glad he ain't coming now should think again cos if we can't get him in it gets worse !!!!

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    • June 25, 2015 at 10:33


      Well said mate!!

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    • June 26, 2015 at 01:46

      Don't agree mate. the man couldn't get into double figures in league 1, john marquis had a better strike rate. id offer 50k or tell him to f*** off. id rather take a chance on a tall youngster with everything to prove, than a 27 year old who couldn't score in a brothel. IMO

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