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Gary Windass has already left a trail of destruction in Weatherfield (Picture: ITV)

Gary Windass (Mikey North) has certainly cemented his status as Coronation Street villain in recent months.

Having been responsible for the factory roof collapse which resulted in the death of Rana Habeeb (Bhavna Limbachia), hes gone on a spiral which has also seen him finishing off evil loan shark Rick Neelan (Greg Wood).

And now it looks as if he might have his eye on his next victim, after a private detective Adam Barlow (Sam Robertson) hired so spy on him gets a little too close for his liking.

Thats even before you consider his recent violent attack on Ryan Connor (Ryan Preston), amid his delays in repaying the money that he owes him.

Its no surprise that viewers have been left wondering whether Gary might get his comeuppance soon and possibly even exit the cobbles himself, meeting a similarly grim fate – but is he going to be leaving the soap?

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Is Gary Windass leaving Coronation Street?

Rick Neelan is killed by Gary Windass in Coronation Street
Rick Neelan has been among Garys victims (Picture: ITV)

As far as were aware there are no plans for Gary Windass to leave Coronation Street any time soon.

In fact, actor Mikey North has all but confirmed his villainous alter ego will be sticking around, telling metro.co.uk that storylines for his character had been planned out for the next 18 months.

Ive always said that Id rather go in a blaze of glory as it were, leaving bodies behind, so Im happy either way, he revealed.

If this does become Garys last hurrah, which I hope it doesnt, then its a great story to be involved with. I think as time goes on with this story in to next year, I think hes become more calculated, because hes had to. Theres going to be a more calculated side to Gary coming out over the next sort of 12-18 months.

He added: So far I can just about be redeemed for it, but he is getting deeper and deeper into things as were going to see over the next few weeks, to a point of no return really.

I suppose there is a point of return, but like I say, hes becoming more calculated and scheming as it were and desperate, I suppose. Things are going to take a big turn in a few weeks, so hes got some big decisions toRead More – Source