On the opening day of the free agency, the teams step on the gas and numerous deals are closed.
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Joe Daniher officially became a member of the Lions, with Geelong being the busiest team of all when they picked Hawk Isaac Smith in and filed the filing for GWS striker Jeremy Cameron.
Stay up to date with the latest news and rumors throughout the day.
GEELONG’S EYEWATER CAMERON OFFER
The Cats, who have made their Grand Final loss, are wasting no time reshaping their roster as they look to make a better one in 2021.
On opening day, they secured the services of Isaac Smith, but it is the move to lure Jeremy Cameron that has caught the attention of the football community.
They have never failed to hide their intentions to land the 2019 Coleman medalist throughout the finals series, but it’s the stunning offer that has surprised many.
Herald Sun’s Michael Warner said the Cats offered Cameron a staggering $ 4.75 million over a five-year period.
A deal that would bring him close to Geelong superstar Patrick Dangerfield and make him one of the highest paid players in the competition.
GWS can agree to Geelong’s offer and stick with Cameron. However, if they choose not to, they will be given option 12 in the draft AFL.
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BREAKOUT SUPERSTAR CAT ‘VERY AVAILABLE’
Sam Menegola enjoyed the best season of his AFL career as he became one of the league’s top wingers in a year he was named to the All-Australian 40-man squad.
The 28-year-old was one of the best in Geelong throughout the season and helped the team to reach the Grand Final.
A year before his contract expired, a report came out that rival clubs are keeping a close eye on the star, who is reportedly “very accessible”.
“Rival clubs are monitoring Menegola’s contractual situation. Another year of contract, extension by four years ” The Western AustralianRyan Daniels wrote.
The report says Menegola is pursuing a long-term deal with a far higher salary than the current one.
Originally from Western Australia, Menegola is open to returning home and joining the Fremantle Dockers. A team full of young star talents.
DANIHER EXPLAINS THE MOTIF BEHIND LIONS SHIFT
Essendon chose not to fight Joe Daniher’s trade request this time around, as the striker became a Brisbane Lions player at the end of the day of action.
Daniher said goodbye to the bombers as he officially tried to resume his career north of the border.
“The chance to play for Essendon is something I dreamed of and wanted to grow up,” he said.
“I made lifelong friendships there and it shaped me as a person. I am forever grateful to them and I look forward to their progress under Truck (Ben Rutten).
“Moving to Brisbane is a new challenge that I’m really looking forward to. I can’t wait to move to Queensland, work with my new teammates and coaches, and build relationships across the club. ”
The bombers received Pick 7 in the AFL Draft as compensation for the loss of Daniher. The club are hoping to add Carlton’s pick 8 in exchange for wanton defender Adam Sadd. This would mean that the bombers would enter the draft with three top 10 picks.
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