Brenton Sanderson says he has a “gut feel” that Dangerfield will sign a new deal with the Crows.
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Former Adelaide coach Brenton Sanderson believes star midfielder Patrick Dangerfield will stay at the Crows beyond 2015.
Dangerfield becomes eligible for free agency at the end of next season and will become one of the most sought-after players if he fails to reach a deal with the Crows.
However, his former coach says he has a “gut feel” that the 24-year-old would remain at Adelaide.
“I think so, I hope so, the senior coaches don’t like free agency because they can obviously lose their best payers but I think Paddy will stay,” Sanderson told SEN Radio.
“That would be my gut feel.
“But you never know, stranger things have happened.”
Dangerfield was been linked with moves to Collingwood and Melbourne during the 2014 trade period, however a deal failed to eventuate.