Crystal Palace defender could Hangeland could keep his place in the team after he replaced the injured Scott Dann in Week 24.
Former Fulham captain started his first match for Crystal Palace and scored their lone goal as the fell 2-1 to Arsenal late.
In a very Tony Pulis move, Crystal Palace have moved to fortify their central defense with Brede Hangeland.
Fulham have elected to end their relationship with long-time center back Brede Hangeland and reportedly did so via an email.
Brede Hangeland was taken to a local hospital to further assess a head injury he sustained in Fulham's loss to Chelsea earlier today.
Brede Hangeland, out for nearly two months with a sciatic nerve issue, returned to the starting line-up for the Cottagers' FA Cup match with Norwich City.
Brede Hangeland will need surgery to clear up a sciatic nerve issue that is affecting is right leg.
Brede Hangeland is back with Fulham's squad, but no decision has been made yet as to whether or not he's ready to play against West Ham.
Brede Hangeland, who has been sidelined with a leg injury for about a month, has been ruled out for Fulham in their weekend match with Swansea City, along with Damien Duff.
Brede Hangeland is back in training and in contention to start Fulham's weekend clash with Liverpool after recovering from a leg injury.
According to Fulham's official Twitter feed, manager Martin Jol has ruled out Brede Hangeland and Hugo Rodallega as the Cottagers get set to host Manchester United this weekend.