Paul Mannion has become the latest Dublin footballer to withdraw from the county panel.

Mannion, who was a second-half substitute in last month's All-Ireland final victory over Mayo, has indicated he will not be available for the 2021 inter-county season.

He made his Dublin debut in 2013 but had to settle for a substitute’s role last season and provided impact off the bench in four championship matches.

His withdrawal follows Michael Darragh Macauley announcing his inter-county retirement on Thursday.

Macauley made his debut in 2009, winning eight All-Irelands and was named Footballer of the Year in 2013.

Last week, Paddy Andrews called time on his 12-year inter-county career.

In a statement released on Friday evening, Dublin GAA confirmed Mannion had stepped away, adding: "We would like to thank Paul for all the time and commitment he gave to Dublin GAA at all grades and we wish him well as he concentrates on developing his career outside of inter-county football."