There’s an inevitable annual excitement to end the trading period – and Adam Treloar could be central to this year’s last minute rush.
Because if the star midfielder now realizes his relationship with Collingwood is untenable and a deal is the most appropriate option, all relevant parties must act immediately.
As reported by foxfooty.com.auTreloar has told his teammates that it is hard to see him at Collingwood, now his relationship with the club has deteriorated to the point of no return.
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But even before Tom Morris’ report was published on Friday afternoon, rival clubs were thinking internally about the possibility of recruiting Treloar this week – and asked directly through the media this week.“I would be shocked if not every club in the competition tried to at least try to accommodate a player of his repute,” Leigh Montagna, St. Kilda champion, told Fox Footy’s Trading day.
“A lot of clubs should sit down with their list management committee and try to figure out, ‘Can we take this player in? Can we maybe get one or two others that cost $ 400,000 to win an elite ball winner? ‘Because they don’t grow on trees, a player like him. ”
“This is a dirty game!”
While there was speculation about how he would deal with his family situation in 2021, Treloar and partner Kim Ravaillion made plans to live in different states for the next season after the star netballer signed a 10-month deal playing with the Queensland Firebirds – the main sticking point for clubs is Treloar’s heavily backward contract, which has five years left and a salary of $ 900,000 for the next year alone.
Herald Sun. Reporter Jon Ralph said the Pies had told some clubs that they were ready to pay $ 100,000 of Treloar’s salary for 2021. But he added there was a feeling the number could climb to $ 150,000 if negotiated.
“He knows he has to go, it’s just that the clubs are so scared of possibly some aspects of his game, some backstories, and also the fact that the salary is so significant,” Ralph said Trading day.
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“You’re not even ready to offer $ 750,000.”
But Ralph added that some rivals would be “jackal in the carcass” when it comes to the potential to attract a Treloar quality player.
The point is that Treloar would be ready to join a Victorian club, but currently there is no real applicant for him, nor has he met with any rivals.
Instead, there are many “interested observers”, which was the buzzword among club representatives in the media this week.
On the surface a move to the Gold Coast Suns makes a lot of sense from a family perspective. It’s also the club Collingwood would ideally be happy to work with, considering Gold Coast currently holds Pick 5 and is ready to trade it for the right deal.
“Matt Rowell, Noah Anderson and Treloar – that sounds pretty good from the Gold Coast perspective,” said Bulldogs legend Brad Johnson Trading day. “They add Treloar, which is not a bad combination to start next year for Gold Coast.”
But as Sun’s List boss Craig Cameron pointed out AFL Trade RadioTreloar currently has no interest in moving to Queensland to play his footy.
“You never can say never, but Adam made it pretty clear a couple of times – even later this week – that he wasn’t interested in showing up.”
While the suns would be interested if Treloar changed his mind, they won’t take the first step as reported by foxfooty.com.au.
If Treloar is determined to stay in Melbourne, which of the Victorian clubs would be best able to catch it?
Where to go for cake, Treloar?
Many believe St Kilda would be a reasonable target, considering the space on the cap and the juicy first round selection (option 17) that could be dumped. But foxfooty.com.au reported that the club effectively excluded itself from a Treloar game on Friday after internal discussions.
Simon Lethlean, the club’s chief operating officer, said earlier this week that the Saints were “very keen watchers” although they believed they were unlikely to poach him.
“Treloar is a sensational player, but if you were to ask me now if he would be with the Saints I would say that it is very unlikely. I don’t think we have the cap or the assets to close this deal – and we certainly haven’t spoken to Adam or Collingwood, ”Lethlean said SEN breakfast.
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“We said that if the (Brad) Crouch deal came off we might see Adam as the midfielder we’re looking for. But, given the Crouch deal, I think our focus and ability to do so is pretty limited. ”
Then there are grand finalists Richmond – Club Treloar famously said it was farther from a flag than Collingwood when it left the Giants – and Geelong. The Tigers wouldn’t be able to incorporate Treloar into its cap, however, while the Cats’ focus is on closing a deal with the Giants for Jeremy Cameron – a trading scenario that also breaks the deadline limits.
Melbourne might have some space in the cap if it can find a new home for Tom McDonald. But with the flurry of on-ballers already at the club, it’s hard to see the Demons adding another ball magnet to their stacked midfield brigade.
North Melbourne has been interested in landing a big fish like Treloar for years. Whether Treloar would be willing to leave a team like Collingwood, who have been in the Premier League for three consecutive seasons – and should be in 2021 – for a club embarking on significant rebuilding to remain in doubt.
There is also the question of whether a player like Treloar makes sense for the kangaroos at this point. Yes they have the cap, but starting a remodel while trading against a player who will be 28 by the start of the next season is a bit of a contradiction in terms.
There remain four likely applicants – of course only if Treloar requests a trade.
Hawthorn is an interesting case considering it includes picks 4 and 24. In recent years, he’s also been known for adding gun players to his roster from rivals such as Tom Mitchell, Chad Wingard and Jaeger O’Meara.
But, given the slew of recent retirements and excellent top 5 picks, would the Hawks really make it into a serious game this year?
Hawks’ trading puzzle
Hawks soccer boss Graeme Wright said AFL Trade Radio This week, as you guessed it, his club was an “interested observer” of the Treloar situation. But Wright added, “He’s a very highly paid player there and he’s had a long tenure. It is not for us at this point. We’ll always think you’ll never say never, but I think that would be unlikely. ”
Essendon and Carlton are both in a decent position financially.
The Blues have skillfully maneuvered their TPP in recent years to free up storage space from next year, as reported by AFL Media. But they just picked up Zac Williams and will be trading with Adam Saad, so it’s unlikely they could take on another significant salary.
The bombers lost Joe Daniher and will be swapping Adam Saad and Orazio Fantasia in the coming weeks, leaving some space for the cap. You’ll also have the picks to act … or will you?
This leads us to Western bulldogswhich in the past few weeks has been externally viewed as the club best placed to acquire Treloar. And the bombers and the blues could go a long way in closing a deal.
The Bulldogs don’t want a first-round pick this season, knowing they’ll be engulfed by a seemingly inevitable early bid for Star Academy prospect Jamarra Ugle-Hagan. If they make an early choice, they want to swap them out quickly.
Sam Power, manager of the bulldog list, only confirmed that the dogs were “monitoring” the situation with Treloar. So a possible takeover would really depend on the club’s interest in the Elster and how much they would be willing to pay it.
The dogs have the ability to take up some capping space which the pies would appeal as that is the main reason they want Treloar out. That burden could also be lessened by the possible exit of midfielder Josh Dunkley, who this week expressed his desire to move to Essendon despite two seasons left on his dog deal.
So on the potential deal, the Bombers could send one of their various first round picks – they currently hold picks 6 and 7, and keep an eye on Carlton’s pick 8 for a deal with Saad – as part of a Dunkley Deal. Then the dogs could send this selection to Collingwood for Treloar.
How Dunkley Deal is Done
From a purely football perspective, a Treloar Dogs train would be a great move, according to Garry Lyon, the Melbourne champions.
“He would get 1,000 possessions from the Western Bulldogs … He’s a run and gunner,” said Lyon SEN breakfast.
Co-host Tim Watson added, “He would be a very practical player for the Bulldogs because that’s how he can play and run and spread. He gives this midfield another dimension. ”
At the moment all “interested observers” are monitoring.
The problem is that the trading deadline is fast approaching. And if Treloar wanted to be in a different club in 2021, a deal must be concluded immediately.
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