West Coast and Fremantle are closely watching two aspiring Geelong players.
In addition, the Suns have a juicy selection for the first round to be won – at the right price.
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DOCKERS, EAGLES ‘MONITORING’ YOUNG GUN CATS DUO
The Eagles and Dockers are watching the emerging Cats and WA products Jordan Clark and Quinton Narkle, reports The Western Australian.
While Narkle is no longer on a contract at the end of the Geelong 2020 campaign – and has already been linked to a move from the club – Clark is tied to the Cats until late 2022 after signing a contract extension after his last fourth AFL game Year.
The Western Australian On Tuesday evening, West Coast and Fremantle reported that they were “monitoring” both Clark and Narkle who could be up for grabs during the AFL exchange period next month.
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The report suggested that Clark, who played 18 games in his first AFL season but was limited to three that season due to injuries and fierce internal competition for places, loves being with the Cats. But the first-round conscript is “frustrated” by the lack of senior options and would be open to moving home if nothing changes.
It was also reported last month that Narkle, who played 17 games for Geelong after being selected with Pick 60 in the 2016 national draft, was a “real chance” to leave an opposing club and “open to a move ” to be.
The Western Australian on Tuesday announced that Narkle, who has yet to be offered a new Cats deal, could be delisted.
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SUNS TO ‚DANGLE‘ TOP-FIVE PICK TO RIVALS
Gold Coast’s first-round draft pick is still available at the right price – and the Suns are looking to certain types of players to abandon the picks, according to Jon Ralph of Herald Sun.
The Suns have been told there’s no chance of recruiting Pies star Adam Treloar, who on Tuesday night declared his determination to play for Collingwood next season despite the change in his family situation.
But to speak in the Fox Sports News AFL TonightRalph said the Suns would continue to “dangle” their No. 5 selection as a commercial carrot despite missing out on Treloar.
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Suns Trainer Stuart Dew erzählte Fox Footy’s AFL 360 On Monday night, the club would like to recruit a high-end player who was in their mid to late 20s and confirm that they would be “open to trading” their top 10 picks should their ideal player become available.
Ralph said the position is supported by the fact that the Suns effectively “have a free shot at the stumps” with Pick 5, considering they free prospects for Joel Arms Academy under the allowances imposed by the AFL Jeffrey and Alex Davies are recruiting club received last season.
“They are sure to get number 5 for any club that wants it – not a borderline player, but absolutely an elite midfielder or a striker,” said Ralph AFL Tonight.
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“This option 5 is mixed down to option 6. But it is still an absolute carrot for a club that wants to advance to the draft. ”
While a star midfielder would help take the pressure off Matthew Rowell, Touk Miller, Hugh Greenwood and Noah Anderson, Ralph said the Suns are also interested in endorsing first-choice striker Ben King and ruckman Jarrod Witts.
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“It will be very difficult for them to find this player (jerk-forward). So if they can’t find that elite middle or that jerk-forward, just go to the draft, ”he said.
Ralph reported that the Sun’s interest in Tiger defender Nathan Broad had ended because of the player’s price, but added that Gold Coast was “still very interested” in Broads team-mate Oleg Markov. You will officially see Crow’s free agent Rory Atkins on a long term contract if the free agency phase begins less than a week after the Grand Final.
Ralph also said the young gun Sun Wil Powell “wasn’t going anywhere”, despite reports the current defender has been linked to rival clubs such as North Melbourne.
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