They must try to get him across without losing any picks, but having to give one up for Crouch won’t be a massive blow given their midfield needs. Reportedly frustrated with the amount of time he has been playing out of the midfield, which includes stints as a makeshift ruckman. I know he is a contracted player but he's had that discussion with Essendon," Port Adelaide footy manager Chris Davies told Trade Radio. Unrestricted free agent.

Jeremy Cameron is still yet to decide his future. Out of contract, not a free agent. AFL Live Official App. Mitch Hannan – Has requested a trade to the Western Bulldogs after falling out of favour in 2020. Quinton Narkle – Is no guarantee to receive a new deal with the Cats and is understood to be exploring a move to Fremantle or West Coast, potentially as a delisted free agent. Speaking on Trade Radio, Rendell suggested both clubs were looking to get the players, and their rich deals, off their lists. SEN 's Sam Edmund reports Phillips, who is contracted for 2021, has had discussions about his future with the club, who is happy to keep him but can't guarantee a spot in the team's best 22. Darcy McPherson – Got bumped out of the 22 by Izak Rankine this season and, although the Suns would prefer to keep him, he could attract some attention elsewhere. A report in The Age claims Essendon's initial offer to Carlton for Adam Saad was unsurprisingly met with a firm no. Just keep an eye on that space.". The triple premiership wingman was weighing up a move to Hawthorn’s rivals with’s Tom Morris reporting yesterday the Cats were in the box seat after a late push from coach Chris Scott. Mitch Hannan should get to the Dogs but they also need to look for a key defender, which they’re falling a bit short in at the moment. "Last week Nathan Buckley had a phone conversation with Adam Treloar. Sam Edmund reported coach Nathan Buckley told Treloar senior players weren't happy to play with him, a stunning development if true.

Their first pick is 23 and that could work for North, but if they play hardball then the Dees will have more up their sleeve should Tom and Oscar McDonald depart along with Mitch Hannan and Braydon Preuss. “Just watch this space in relation to that one.”. LISTEN TO THE LATEST EDITION OF THE FOX FOOTY PODCAST BELOW, OR TAP HERE TO SUBSCRIBE IN ITUNES OR SPOTIFY, Break even in the Jeremy Cameron deal... or do your best to. Captured a great grassroots sporting moment?

St Kilda pair Jimmy Webster and Luke Dunstan are set to head to Adelaide to ensure that they can receive the necessary compensation to secure Brad Crouch. That would be a high price, so the Power will be hoping to send away picks. It’s no secret they’re rebuilding, so they need to get as much as they can for the talent they’re letting go and then use it to try and trade up in the draft. Both and Fox Footy are reporting the Eagles have set their sights on the Western Australian to bolster their small forward stocks. Their Pick No.3 is obviously too much for Hickey and 22 would be dear as well - expect one of 52, 56 and 76 to be used, with a couple of those picks potentially being packaged up to move up in the draft and present a more attractive offer to the Eagles. The Suns identified rebounding Richmond defender Oleg Markov as a possible trade target earlier in the season and it appears they've got their man. Photo: Albert Perez/Getty Images. Speaking on SEN, Garry Lyon said the 27-year-old had visited the Bombers. Although a different scenario to Lachie Neale, Treloar could end up similarly taking his game to a new level at another club and leave his former side shattered they didn’t keep him. Comments. While not an immediate fix, Ugle-Hagan will work towards helping out Tim English in the ruck, which means less third wheeling for Dunkley and in turn more midfield time. Ben Brown – Has requested a trade to Melbourne after months of speculation and the Demons may get him for simply a second-round pick. Lochie O’Brien – As above, has come up in the Saad trade discussions, but whether Carlton or Essendon put his name forward is unknown. However, the Crows compensation is set to be significantly less than expected, with's Mitch Cleary suggesting that they would receive a second-round compensation pick (likely pick 23). The mid-sized defender has played eight AFL games, two in 2020 after falling down the pecking order slightly. Contracted until 2021.

We’ve so often marvelled at Richmond’s ability not to necessarily have the best players on every line, but the right ones for their system. 2 pick. The 28-year-old is reportedly seeking a four-year extension and a pay bump, though the Cats are yet to present him with a new deal.

Dom Sheed – Other clubs are making inquiries given he’s set to hit free agency next season, but it sounds like the Eagles would need to be absolutely floored by an offer to consider moving him on. AFL. Higgins is contracted for next season but SEN's Sam Edmund reports he will be traded in the coming weeks having agreed a deal with another Victorian club. Speaking at a TAB event on Tuesday, Higgins didn't rule out leaving the Roos this trade period.

Gun North Melbourne onballer Shaun Higgins could be the next player to join the exodus as the club hurtles head-on into an aggressive rebuild. Brown fits that category perfectly regardless of his 2020 season. But Collingwood’s blunt admission it doesn’t want Treloar has left him disillusioned with the club and hurt by its approach. Stephen Coniglio – Became the first captain to be omitted from an AFL side in 22 years and this shock move has other clubs very interested. “You will not know how disappointed I am that it didn’t work out the way I hoped it would when I got to come to the Dockers. In the past they have sold the farm to bring big names across, but this year they must take at least one first-round pick to the draft, so their Pick No.4 isn’t going anywhere. Despite being contracted, Hogan has ben put up for trade with rival clubs beginning to show some preliminary interest. “Cox is on $600,000 roughly next year because they’ve pushed money out to the last year of his contract to keep the club’s TPP in order. Get all the latest AFL news, highlights and analysis delivered straight to your inbox with Fox Sports Sportmail. Angus Brayshaw – Like clockwork, his name gets suggested for a reunion with brother Andrew at Fremantle – but this rumour looks to be all smoke, no fire. Has been linked to Brisbane.

Braydon Preuss has informed the Demons his preferred destination is the Greater Western Sydney Giants, reports.

Ben Stratton and Paul Puopolo have retired, meaning a big rebuild could soon be underway. They’ll likely have St Kilda’s Pick 15 in mind – a selection that seems like reasonable compensation for Crouch, so that would still be a good result.

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Toby Nankervis – Is yet to receive a new deal for next season, although his chances of moving appear small – especially now with Ivan Soldo likely to miss most of next season. Trading in Adam Saad without selling the farm. We’ve had really good dialogue with the West Coast Eagles. We understand the opportunity and lure of playing football back home. The Cats are in for Jeremy Cameron, as well as Brad Crouch and Shaun Higgins, while Western Australian Clark has struggled for game time. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Photos/Getty Images).

Mon, 2 November 2020 9:52AM. Rebounding Cat Jordan Clark could reportedly make way as Geelong make some moves towards recruiting big names.

Contracted until 2021. Though Western Bulldogs are understood to be unwilling to let him go for free and will push for a trade. The Magpies want Adam Treloar and his hefty contract off their books but the star midfielder doesn't want to go anywhere. Family connections mean Sydney are considered the frontunners, although Geelong, Essendon and Collingwood have all made inquiries, while he also allegedly completed a medical with Carlton. North Melbourne are reportedly hopeful of bringing the 21-year-old as a delisted free agent - rookies who are offered a third year on the rookie list can knock it back and move to another club of their choice. I'll always put what was best for the club first.". GWS have forced Geelong into a trade for Jeremy Cameron after matching the Cats' mega bid for the free agent superstar forward, Herald Sun reports. FYI, our leaders don’t sit on list management, it’s not their job. Josh Dunkley – The latest rumblings indicate Essendon’s strong pitch has worked and Dunkley is set to request a trade from the Bulldogs.

Jack Higgins. Fresh on the back of Brad Crouch's decision, defender Kyle Hartigan has made his intentions clear, wishing to join Hawthorn as a free agent. “We don’t want to be compromised with our structure if we get the wrong injury in the wrong position.". Fremantle and West Coast are both keen to get him, for the right price. Ollie Wines – Was reportedly offered up as trade bait last season, although these rumours have never been confirmed. Injury and personal issues saw him struggle in 2020, kicking just eight goals in nine games, but he'd passed the 60-goal mark in each of his previous three seasons. Brad Crouch – St Kilda have lodged paperwork to sign Crouch from Adelaide, but the Crows are expected to match the bid. Contracted until 2021. Injury interrupted his campaign last year, while he struggled to recapture his form in a disappointing 2020 season for the club. “My mail is Tom McDonald could end up at the Pies,” Rendell said. Watch every game LIVE of the 2020 Toyota AFL Premiership Season, Toyota AFL Finals Series, and Marsh Community Series. Jesse Hogan – Will be traded to the GWS Giants with one year to run on his deal after both clubs agreed to a trade ahead of the trade period. Out of contract, not a free agent.

North Melbourne last week announced head coach Rhyce Shaw would be leaving the role, having been granted leave following a difficult season for the club. The AFL announced the news at 9:36am and soon confirmed the Crows would receive an end of Round 2 compensation. If fit and firing, the outgoing Bomber looms as the perfect acquisition for the Lions – and they’ll be hoping he arrives without much fuss from Essendon.

The matched offer, believed to be in the vicinity of a five-year deal worth $950,000 per season, could net GWS a first-round compensation pick but they'll reportedly push for more. Play Video. FYI, our leaders don’t sit on list management, it’s not their job. Their attempts to stay near the top with an old list have completely failed in 2020, so they could be a club that makes plenty of waves at the trade table. Bachar Houli – Essendon launched a surprise bid to land Houli, despite him quitting the club the somewhat testy circumstances a decade ago. Brandan Parfitt.

Contracted until 2021. Wil Powell – Is being chased by North Melbourne, in addition to other Victorian clubs – but there’s no word on whether Gold Coast are willing to entertain a move. GWS have all but secured their replacement for Jeremy Cameron, teeing up a trade with Fremantle for key forward Jesse Hogan. The Saints have said they will not entertain a trade if Adelaide matches the bid. The Sandringham product has played seven AFL games.

“Having seven or eight players coming through the draft is not the ideal scenario. The speedy Tiger is set to accept a two-year deal when trade period begins next week. Zach Merrett – Had been linked to Melbourne, Carlton, Collingwood, Hawthorn and Port Adelaide, but has since publically announced he’s staying with the Bombers. "He's told us Port Adelaide is his club of choice and he wants to leave Essendon. Mason Cox – The Magpies are still allegedly still trying to shop Cox around after last season, with the Western Bulldogs interested. Unrestricted free agent. Charlie Curnow – With the forward line burgeoning, several commentators have suggested the Blues move him on to secure some strong currency in return, but there is no word on whether this is something Carlton are considering at all.