Collingwood, Brodie Grundy, Mason Cox, GWS und Jeremy Cameron

Collingwood, Brodie Grundy, Mason Cox, GWS und Jeremy Cameron
Collingwood, Brodie Grundy, Mason Cox, GWS und Jeremy Cameron

The GWS Giants have stated that they are confident they will hold onto 2019 Coleman medalist Jeremy Cameron, but not if Geelong has something to say about it.

And if the Magpies make a massive trade with a former recruiter, Collingwood could be on the hunt too.

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While Essendon’s interest appears to have waned following an aggressive cat chase, Cameron has reportedly indicated publicly and privately that he wants to stay with GWS.

The previous Thursday, Giants CEO Dave Matthews, Channel 7 boss James Warburton and GWS striker Steve Johnson met with Cameron at the premium steakhouse Rockpool Bar and Grill in Sydney, according to Herald Sun.

Johnson, who is returning to GWS after coaching with the Swans, could be key after the pair became friends during Stevie J’s game days.

But former Collingwood recruiter Matt Rendell said the Magpies could go hunting if they part ways with star ruckman Brodie Grundy to make way for salary caps.

Grundy is on a 1 year contract and Rendell suggested that moving to the Swans could open the door for the Magpies to hunt down Cameron.

“I say it with a heavy heart, but I would trade Grundy for Sydney Swans if I could,” Rendell told SEN.

“It goes well with the swans, they desperately need a ruckman.

“Here is my big step. I play Darcy Moore in the jerk. I would take him up front with (Mason) Cox, but if they got Jeremy Cameron I’d send Cox to the Western Bulldogs who are desperate for a key up front.

“I know it’s a big call and it’s trending on Twitter … but I think that’s how you get the deal done and your cap makes money.

“I think it suits him (Grundy) better … I think Sydney would suit his lifestyle.

“I think Brodie might be interested, and I think Collingwood would be interested as long as they knew they could get Jeremy Cameron with this cap room.”

It could add some spice to an already flavorful trading period.

Brian Cook, CEO of Cats, said Geelong was “in the market” Wednesday for Sportsday WA for Cameron.

“He’s struggling with a decision,” he said. “He’s a loyal guy and, you know the rules, if you’ve been around long do you end your career in one place? Or are you tempted to go elsewhere?

“I think that’s a good quality of character that he shows and demonstrates.

“We try a lot of time for it. That being said, there are a few others we speak to but we’ll just wait and see. ”

The Giants reportedly offered Cameron a five-year contract for about $ 750,000 per season, but some believe he could head to Melbourne with 7 messages reporting that the cats wanted to offer $ 800,000.

AFL Media Reporter Damian Barrett said the cats would look more “given the delay and chance he’s had so far to say he’s staying”.

fellow AFL Media Reporter Mitch Cleary said, “If Jeremy Cameron doesn’t sign before Geelong’s season is over, the Giants will raise alarm bells.”

Fox Footy’s Tom Morris said the Giants could end up making an offer for Cameron to force the Cats into a deal if he nominated a move to Melbourne.

That will be very interesting to see.


The Brisbane Lions have started a briefing with Essendon to take Joe Daniher north, but it hasn’t been a smooth sailing.

Fox Footy reported that if the bombers match a Lions deal, the teams may be “forced to make a deal” as Daniher is a restricted free agent at the end of the season.

Losing Daniher on a $ 600,000-a-season contract would likely give Essendon its 20th draft election to make up for, but as the bombers showed when the Swans snooped on Daniher last season, the club want more for him Striker, despite only playing 15 games in three seasons by injury.

SEN’s Sam Edmunds reported that the two parties are struggling to appreciate Daniher’s worth.

“Do you appreciate him at his peak? His miserable last three seasons? Even in his four games that year, there was a wild difference between his flashy return in Round 14 and his other performances, ”he wrote.

The Swans have stayed away from the Daniher hunt this season after a long saga last season.

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