Ex-Town man City bound?

City boss Glenn Roeder has been linked with a free transfer raid for Portsmouth's out-of-favour defender Hermann Hreidarsson. And, even more controversial than the signing of a former Ipswich star would be the arrival of Rangers defender Christian Dailly, another man who has emerged as a possible target.

City boss Glenn Roeder has been linked with a free transfer raid for Portsmouth's out-of-favour defender Hermann Hreidarsson.

And, even more controversial than the signing of a former Ipswich star would be the arrival of Rangers defender Christian Dailly, another man who has emerged as a possible target.

Dailly was the man whose tackle shattered City midfielder Phil Mulryne's right leg in two places in a match against Blackburn Rovers in 1999.

Now it is being suggested that the 35-year-old Scotland international - along with Ibrox clubmate Darren O'Dea - could help solve the Canaries' defensive problems


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City are reportedly among a clutch of Championship clubs tracking the 34-year-old Icelandic international after Hriedarsson confirmed he will leave Fratton Park in the January window.

Hriedarsson can operate at full-back as well but admits he is surplus to requirements on the south coast after featuring only once under new boss Tony Adams.

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“I have been in contact with a few clubs and fully expect to be at another club come the end of the month,” he said. “Nothing has changed in that I still want to leave Portsmouth. The club knows my position and I know they will not make it difficult for me to leave. Nothing is concrete yet, but hopefully things will get clearer very soon.”

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