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Midfielder Andy Dorman's St Mirren exit confirmed

St Mirren midfielder Andy Dorman
All roads appear to be pointing south for Dorman

St Mirren have confirmed that midfielder Andy Dorman will be leaving the Paisley club this summer.

The 28-year-old Wales international is out of contract at St Mirren Park.

And Buddies manager Danny Lennon said: "We have been informed by Andy Dorman's agent that it looks as if he will be heading down south to a new club.

"Andy has a definite offer from a Championship side and a few others are also showing a very good interest in him. We all want to wish Andy well."

Lennon's remarks on the St Mirren website come less than a week after his appointment as Gus MacPherson's successor.

He has already signed David van Zanten, who had left Hamilton Accies, and decided against offering a new contract to fellow right-back Jack Ross.

Veteran central defender Chris Innes and midfielder Stephen O'Donnell have also not been offered new deals.

It is thought that Tom Brighton will be exiting the Scottish Premier League club, while fellow striker Billy Mehmet left for Turkish club Genclerbirligi before Lennon's appointment.

Dorman, born in England but brought up in Wales, signed for St Mirren in January 2008 after a spell with Major League Soccer side New England Revolution.

He went on to make 108 appearances, scoring 24 goals, and gained his first international cap last month against Croatia.

Twelve of those goals came in his first full season and he started fewer games in the season just finished, scoring seven times as St Mirren survived a relegation battle.

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St Mirren and Millen part company
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No fresh St Mirren deal for Ross
11 Jun 10 |  St Mirren
Van Zanten seals St Mirren return
10 Jun 10 |  St Mirren
Lennon bullish on St Mirren role
08 Jun 10 |  St Mirren
St Mirren's Mehmet set for Turkey
10 May 10 |  St Mirren

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