Corrie’s Ali Neeson ‘to be murdered’ by Gary Windass as fans work out exit plot

Corrie’s Ali Neeson ‘to be murdered’ by Gary Windass as fans work out exit plot

Coronation Street's Ali Neeson isn't long for the Corrie cobbles, following news actor James Burrows will reportedly leave the show.

Corrie bosses confirmed the 28-year-old soap star has already finished filming his final scenes on the show, signalling his character's exit.

Once the news of Dr Ali's departure broke, fans rushed to speculate over his exit storyline, wondering whether a murder was on the horizon.

One fan remarked: "Thought Gary might have killed him off."

And a second chimed: "Surprised they're not killing him off with Gary being responsible."

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Actor Mikey North, who plays Gary Windass, has formerly hinted at a bloodbath exit line for Ali, during an interview with The Sun earlier this month.

He said: "I do think that Gary is really determined to make this his fresh start, put the past behind him and move on with Maria.

"I think Gary has seen the error of his ways, but if he were to find out about Maria and Ali, I think that could send him off the rails again.

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"There's only one way that Gary reacts and that's with his fists. Should he find out about it, Gary and Ali will definitely come to blows."

Dr Ali joined the show back in 2018 as Michelle Connor's (Kym Marsh) son, falling headfirst into a dramatic drug addiction storyline.

More recently, he has made an enemy in Gary Windass after snogging his girlfriend Maria Connor (Samia Longchambon) – signalling danger for the illicit lovers.

Could Gary turn to murder to get his revenge?

Coronation Street airs on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 7.30pm and 8.30pm.

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