Davidson ponders next move

St Johnstone midfielder Murray Davidson has revealed he has already held talks with other clubs over a summer move.

Last Updated: 13/01/13 at 12:35 Post Comment

Murray Davidson: Where next for St Johnstone midfielder?

Murray Davidson: Where next for St Johnstone midfielder?

St Johnstone midfielder Murray Davidson has revealed he has already held talks with other clubs as his contract starts to wind down.

Davidson has been linked with a host of clubs in Scotland and England in recent months and he will become a free agent this summer.

The 24-year-old, who has one Scotland cap, has made 28 appearances for the Perth side this season, scoring six times and putting in a series of impressive performances.

"I've spoken to my agent about a number of clubs, including Rangers, and if I do get offers on the table I'll need to weigh up each one," Davidson said.

"I'm free to speak to other clubs which I have already done. But until I have concrete offers I'll concentrate on doing well for Saints.

"Whatever decision I make, I'll do it because it's what I believe is the best thing for my career."


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