Daniel Gorringe is seeking a move out of Gold Coast and wants to move back to his home state of South Australia.
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Gold Coast Suns ruckman Daniel Gorringe has requesting a trade home to South Australia, with Port Adelaide looming as the likely destination.
Taken at pick no.10 in the 2010 National Draft, Gorringe has struggled to crack the Suns’ senior side, falling behind Zac Smith, Tom Nicholls and Charlie Dixon in the fight for the ruck position.
Gorringe’s manager, Marty Pask, told AFL Trade Radio that the 22-year-old was seeking a move.
Pask conceded it would be difficult as Gorringe is still under contract with the Suns.
“It’s an opportunity factor,” Pask said.
“We’ve been in constant dialogue with the Gold Coast football club.
“We’re hopeful we can find something back in Adelaide and likely Port Adelaide if something can get done.
“We’re under no illusions that Dan is a contracted player and there’s a lot of water to go under the bridge at this point in time, but we’re hopeful something will eventuate.”