Patrick Dangerfield will remain in Adelaide Crows colours in 2015.
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Patrick Dangerfield will remain at the Adelaide Crows in 2015, according to his manager Paul Connors.
Connors has ruled out any possibility of the midfielder leaving the Crows during the current AFL trade period.
Dangerfield is off contract at the end of next season and has been linked with a number of clubs, with rumours spreading that the Crows were looking to cash-in on their star man rather than lose him for nothing at the end of 2015.
“South Australians should be very comfortable knowing that (Dangerfield) will line up in the number 32 for the Crows next year,” Connors told NAB AFL Trade Radio.
Dangerfield has been linked to moves to Melbourne and Collingwood, however it now seems he will stay put for the time being.