Graham Dorrans has finalized a deal with the A-League club Western Sydney Wanderers.
has signed a deal with the Australian sideWestern Sydney Wanderers
and will jet off to Sydney tomorrow. The 33-year old will join ex-Swindon Town striker Simon Cox and fellow Scotland international Kenny Miller in his new team. The player started his career in Livingston back in 2008 before joiningWest Brom
where he became a key player for the Baggies. Norwich was his next destination and Dorrans managed to promote to the Premier League in his first season at the club. The player was then transferred to Rangers where he managed to score five goals in his 23 games for Steven Gerrard’s side and eventually left the club in September 2019. Dorrans has spoken about his dream move to Ibrox in an interview with
If I hadn’t signed for Rangers when I did, I’d have regretted it for the rest of my life. Listen, it didn’t work out the way I wanted it to but injuries dictated how my Rangers career went.
“When I look back, it was the right move for me, just at the wrong time, definitely. I would have loved to be involved in the environment and everything that’s there right now but it just wasn’t to be.”