Ex-Sunderland defender offers to play for FREE as he looks to relaunch his career
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The 35-year-old has been without a club since leaving Aberdeen in the summer of 2019 and, despite having spent pre-season with an unnamed side, remains a free agent.
And he has now taken to Linkedin to offer his services to clubs, and insists he is willing to play without pay until January in a bid to return to the game.
Halford spent two years on Wearside having been signed for the Black Cats by Roy Keane in 2007 for a reported fee of around £2.5million.
But he managed just nine appearances at the Stadium of Light before joining Wolves in 2009.
Now, he’s hoping to build on that tally by joining a new club – even if it means playing for free in the short-term.
Halford posted on his Linkedin page: “If there any clubs out there looking for an experienced and motivated player with over 500 league appearances im willing to play for free up to January.
"I've had a pre season with a club and trained everyday since and still training now so I'm fit and ready to go into a team.
"My hunger is as strong as ever and willing to do anything to get my career up and running again.”