Collingwood Magpies midfielder Adam Treloar has reportedly told teammates that he will not represent the club next season.
Treloar was thrown into the rumor mill when it became known that his wife Kim Ravaillion was going to continue her netball career with the Queensland Firebirds in Super Netball competition.
Ravaillion would also take the couple’s baby daughter with them, sparking speculation that Treloar was moving to the Brisbane Lions or Gold Coast Suns so as not to be separated from his family.
However, the 27-year-old firmly closed those rumors, saying he wanted to stay in the black and white sweater.
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Treloar is under contract with Collingwood until the end of the 2025 season and is expected to earn $ 900,000 in 2021. However, he reportedly was “incredibly frustrated” when he learned the Pies wouldn’t want him there for the next season.
The Age’s Sam McClure reported that the Pies were dying to unload Treloar because they don’t believe he can be at the peak of his performance if he’s not with his wife and daughter.
Treloar is now looking for a new home and is targeting a Victorian club in the finals, according to Morris.
According to Jon Ralph of The Herald Sun, Collingwood has told the clubs that they would be willing to pay up to $ 100,000 of Treloar’s salary if a trade can be closed.
James Gallagher, director of lists at St. Kilda, said Commercial radio The club wouldn’t chase Treloar’s signature.
“He’s a great player, but everyone is subject to list sizes and cap space and draft capital and all of those things. So the discussion there is way ahead of any discussion with Adam’s management that didn’t exist. I’ve made no progress at all, ”said Gallagher on Friday.
“I think it is extremely unlikely that anything would happen there.”
But I’m talking about Fox Footy’s Trading dayFormer St. Kilda star Leigh Montagna believed that every club should try to sign Treloar.
“He’s being thrown around almost like a farmer at the moment. I feel for the young man that it is a very difficult situation for him, ”Montagna said on Friday.
“I would be shocked if not every club in the competition at least tried to accommodate a player of his standard.
“He’s an All-Australian player – in the last five years he’s been on the All-Australian squad three times.
“He’s a weapon at its best, and I think there should be a lot of clubs out there with their lists management committee trying to figure out how to accommodate this player.”
Collingwood List manager Ned Guy refused to reveal any additional information about Treloar’s movements.
“We have an obligation to Adam and his manager Tim Hazell that we would not make anything public until now. The trading period had not yet started so it was probably just a bit of speculation, ”Guy said earlier this week.
“I understand this fear, but we will contact you when there is something to say.”
Melbourne legend Garry Lyon spoke about SEN and urged Collingwood to be more open about Treloar’s situation.
“People don’t tell you the real story. The real story is still out there, ”Lyon said on Friday.
“If Collingwood came out and honestly told us why they’re trying to move Adam Treloar, we’d have a better understanding.
“I’m sure there is a lot more to it than that.”
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