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Anderson tips Hulk for Man Utd

Manchester United midfielder Anderson believes Sir Alex Ferguson would do well to bring Porto striker Hulk to the club in the summer.

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Hulk, whose full name is Givanildo Vieira de Souza, was linked with a move to Tottenham in January, but Harry Redknapp failed to bring in a big-name forward to boost his front line, despite being ready to spend up to £30 million. The 24-year-old has scored 19 goals in 18 league games for Porto this season, and Anderson believes his Brazil team-mate is well-suited to the Premier League.

"He has quality, would suit English football and I think he is good enough to do well at a big club," Anderson said in the Daily Mirror. "If it was my decision then I would sign him but Sir Alex Ferguson signs the players and his knowledge would mean he knows all about the player.

"We are playing well this season, but we always look for reinforcements. It would be a dream come true for us to win the title."

Hulk's agent, Teodoro Fonseca, believes his client will be moving to the Premier League in the summer.

"The big clubs in England have been in contact," Fonseca told News of the World in January. "They have asked about his contract situation but any decision about his future rests mainly with the directors of Porto. I think we could be discussing a move.

"I am calm about the situation and so is the player because he has an excellent future. I think we could be discussing a move in April or May."

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