Dangerfield has dismissed speculation of player discontent, but says it’s up to the club if they want to keep him.
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Adelaide Crows star midfielder Patrick Dangerfield says his future is completely in the hands of his club, and that they would decide whether or not he becomes a trade option.
The 24-year-old will become eligible for free agency at the end of 2015, and a trade during this off-season would ensure the Crows get an appropriate deal for their key man.
Dangerfield has always maintained he wants to remain at the Crows, however speculation of player discontent following the sensational sacking of coach Brenton Sanderson has intensified.
However, the Victorian told AFL.com.au that a majority of comments made regarding his playing future were way off the mark.
“It’s all speculation,” he said.
“Anything can be written but at the end of the day, what’s said and done behind closed doors is a different thing.
“It’s up to David Noble and the rest of the recruiting staff (whether I’m traded).
“I’m contracted for the next 12 months, as are Sloaney (Rory Sloane) and Tex (Taylor Walker) so it’ll all work itself out.”