Do Prado set for Saints exit

Brazilian forward Guly do Prado has confirmed he is set to leave Southampton this summer.

Last Updated: 13/02/14 at 08:59 Post Comment

Guly do Prado: Set to leave Southampton

Guly do Prado: Set to leave Southampton

The 32-year-old initially joined the Saints in 2010 on loan from Italian side Cesena, before that move was made permanent.

Do Prado has started just three league games in the last 12 months, and he has accepted that he will be departing St Mary's in the summer when his contract expires.

"I am going to miss Southampton if I have to go. I would be sad to go," said do Prado.


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