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The AFL free agency opened on Friday with a number of stars finding new homes

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Collingwood coach Nathan Buckley has reportedly told Adam Treloar senior players don’t want him at the club anymore, in what would be a staggering escalation of the Pies’ attempts to offload him

Despite a contract until the end of 2025, Collingwood tried to convince Treloar that his future is elsewhere

« What we can say for absolute fact is that Nathan Buckley had a phone conversation with Adam Treloar last week where he told him that Collingwood’s more experienced players no longer wanted him in the club, « Edmund said

« We were wondering how Collingwood would seek to exert more pressure to force Adam Treloar out – now we have our answer

« Now they tell him his teammates want him, which I find amazing because he is a very popular player in this football club »

Details are expected to be revealed in the coming days, with a third-round selection likely to be involved in the process The Giants currently hold the Pick 44 and 51 in the 2020 National Draft

« Following a series of discussions between the club, Jesse and his management, it was mutually agreed that it was in Jesse’s best interests to continue his playing career by leaving WA « said Peter Bell, general manager of Dockers football

« While it’s disappointing for Fremantle and Jesse that due to injury and other factors he hasn’t been able to play at the level we all know he is capable of, all games agree that in Jesse’s long-term interest he preferred the option is for him to continue his career at a new club

« We wish Jesse all the best for the future and thank him for his contribution to Fremantle »

« I would like to thank the Fremantle Football Club for giving me the opportunity two years ago to come home and be closer to my family after what had been very difficult years », said declared Hogan

« I will forever be indebted to the club for the care and support it gave me during my time here

« They have always put me first as a person and now they give me the opportunity to come back from state to state and join another club in the AFL »

Multiple reports have confirmed the big will ask for a cross-city trade to Melbourne after a disappointing season

Brown struggled in front of the goal scoring eight goals in nine matches before a season-ending injury

GWS made AFL history, becoming the first club to officially match a rival team’s bid on a restricted free agent, forcing the Cats to head to the trade table to try and secure Jeremy Cameron

Foxfootycomau understands that Cameron’s offer of the cats is a five-year offer, plus incentives, valued at around $ 900,000 per season. The deal also includes a games clause for a sixth season, which will be triggered if Cameron plays 14 games in his fifth year

The offer, which is over $ 4.5 million when you add bonuses, is way more than the Giants’ deal with 2019 medalist Coleman, which was worth around $ 3.5 million over five years

Giants’ demands for Cameron are set to start high – Cats could be forced to part ways with a number of first-round selections, with Giants learning about Brandan Parfitt and Esava Ratugolea

If they hadn’t matched the offer, the Giants were in line to receive a choice of compensation, probably no12, for Cameron’s departure

St Kilda and Adelaide are on the verge of deadlock after it was revealed the Crows would not receive first-band compensation from the AFL

With the Saints hosting the paperwork for a deal with restricted free agent Brad Crouch, the Crows hoped the deal would be enough for the club to get the Pick 2 in compensation

On Sunday, foxfootycom’s Tom Morris revealed Crouch’s average base salary of $ 600,000 per season over four years with a trigger for a fifth saw the Crows land a subsequent selection from league headquarters

Port Adelaide Hall of Fame member Kane Cornes believed the Crows just had to match, ensuring the club didn’t walk away with compensation that would likely come close to the Pick 25

« You can’t talk harsh this time of year and then let it walk what a breeze they would be »

While the great Matthew Lloyd of Essendon thought it would get murky, the Saints probably wouldn’t want to trade for the player

« My man from St Kilda says Adelaide will not match Brad Crouch’s offer, » he said

St Kilda currently has Pick 15 and should probably involve him in a trade deal, otherwise Crouch could stay in Adelaide

Crows football boss Adam Kelly told AFL Trade Radio on Wednesday morning that Adelaide was not fully aware of the details of St Kilda’s offer to Crouch – and would not find out until after the Saints do not file documents with the AFL

« We’re obviously hoping that the compensation will result in Choice 2 – and it’s really only under these circumstances that we would consider matching and looking to force a trade or retain Brad’s services, » Kelly told AFL Trade Radio

When asked if the club would match the offer if they didn’t receive the Pick 2 in compensation for the loss of Crouch, Kelly said: “We will definitely be looking for a better result than what that compensation would be. if it wasn’t Pick 2, (if not) it would either be the end of the first round or the start of the second, which, due to our scale position, is effectively the same

« This choice itself could push towards the mid-20s after all the (auctions) of the Next Generation Academy We don’t see this as adequate compensation for a player of Brad’s caliber, so we would certainly seek to match « 

Matthew Lloyd and Kane Cornes believe that canceling a trade for young Collingwood pistol Jaidyn Stephenson could be the perfect move to inspire the forward to stand up in 2021

AFL reporter Damian Barrett revealed on Friday that the Magpies were open to a move for Stephenson

« It didn’t surprise me that his name came up for trading because I just think the game works for you a bit, » Lloyd said on AFL Trade Radio

« When he gets space out of the goal room he’s a very good AFL footballer because they can’t handle his speed But with physical contact or players in front of him, that can he do anything else to win football?

« Jaidyn must look at himself in a lot of ways and maybe Collingwood is just giving him a wake-up call he needs »

Cornes thought the club needed to stick big with the striker, given the inability to replace his X-Factor

“At the end of the day, he’s 21, he scored 38 goals in his first season at 18, he scored 24 goals in 14 games last year with a few distractions off the field and he had a bad year this year, ”he says

« One in three bad years as a young player is pretty common, so the first sign of weakness in his game, Collingwood, is like, » Wait, we’re done, we’re out of here We’re done with you Jaidyn we’re not going to dig, we’re not going to develop your game, we’re not going to work on areas that are deficient we’re not going to lay down the law of what we wait off the field to shoot the best of you We can’t be bothered to do this, we trade you « 

« It frustrates me a bit and what are you going to get in the draft for a pick with Jaidyn Stephenson who is better or has more potential than Jaidyn Stephenson? »

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