Adelaide Crows star midfielder Patrick Dangerfield could potentially leave the South Australian club at the end of the season due to the “lure of home”, his agent Paul Connors says.
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Dangerfield becomes a restricted free agent at the end of the 2015 season and Connors says his close family ties with Geelong could prove to be a key factor in his final decision.
Connors told the Sunday Footy Show that money would not be the main factor in his decision to either stick with the Crows or move back to Victoria.
“I would’ve thought he’s not motivated by money, he’s motivated by winning premierships,” Dangerfield is quoted as saying by The Advertiser.
“The only lure that probably would get him home would be Moggs Creek, to the family.
“That’ll play out over the next four months.”
Dangerfield has made the decision to put a halt to contract talks until the end of the season as he attempts to help push the Crows into September contention.