The bomber’s two-on-one pitch lures Star Bulldogs into the middle

ESSENDON’s misfortune to lure Western Bulldogs midfielder Josh Dunkley out of the club includes an interest in recruiting his brother, delisted demon Kyle Dunkley.

The Bombers have come up with a lucrative long-term deal for the 2016 premier player who has two years to complete his deal with the dogs.

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It got Dunkley to apply for a deal with Essendon, but he hasn’t yet told the club he’d like to go to Tullamarine. The dogs firmly believe that he will not be traded. The star is seen as an important part of the club’s future under coach Luke Beveridge.

however understands that his decision to change clubs has a family connection, with the Bombers allegedly highlighting their interest in recruiting his younger brother Kyle.

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Kyle was delisted from Melbourne this year after being selected in the draft for last year’s midseason. He’s another taller midfielder that the bombers are looking for more midfield strength.

Essendon faces an extremely active off-season with Joe Daniher, Adam Saad and ORazio Fantasia leaving the club.

They have already won the race for Giants midfielder Jye Caldwell, who nominated them as his preferred new home, while giving the older Dunkley plenty of room for salary caps.

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