GWS and Geelong are reportedly embroiled in a stalemate over Jeremy Cameron after the restricted freelance agent expressed a desire to join the cats next year.
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Channel 7 AFL reporter Tom Browne said negotiations were not very advanced over the weekend as both sides attempt to finalize their dream deal.
“As for Geelong, they’re trying to land Jeremy Cameron. There’s not much progress here over the weekend and if they don’t push that today or tomorrow, I think it could lead to mediation, ”Browne told the Triple M. Hot breakfast.
On Twitter, Browne added, “The Giants hope Cameron stays. We know players usually get their preference. Jeremy should come to Geelong.
“Either way, Cameron will get the same money, a fortune, up to $ 1,000,000 per season. Mediation would not be ruled out at this speed. ”
Cameron is a Foundation player with the Giants and has been their top scorer each season. While GWS is open to trade, the Sydneysiders and Geelong have not yet been able to find mutually suitable terms.
“We notified Geelong in writing on the opening day (Wednesday) of the trading period. Since then, Stephen Wells, your list manager, and I have had some conversations, ”GWS list chief Jason McCartney told ABC Grandstand over the weekend.
“The reason we accepted the free agency (offer from Geelong) was because we would not be satisfied with the compensation (No. 11 draft pick) given for the caliber of this player.
“Geelong has some advantages in terms of players and some nice choices too. We would be interested in looking at the combination of what we can do to make this move easier. ”
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In the meantime, Collingwood is said to be interested in poaching Hawthorn veteran Jack Gunston.
The Pies need to ease the pressure on the salary cap and have already told Adam Treloar – who’s under contract until the end of 2025 – that he won’t be wanted next year while they also try to beat Tom Phillips and maybe even 2018 rising star Jaidyn Stephenson and American approach to importing Mason Cox.
Gunston was crowned the Hawks’ best and fairest winner after an impressive 2020 season.
Essendon legend Matthew Lloyd said if he were Hawthorn he wouldn’t let Gunston go, but Collingwood would be a big winner if he managed to secure the sniper’s services after shoving Treloar out the door.
“Well done Collingwood, if you could get Adam Treloar and Jack Gunston out,” Lloyd told AFL Trade Radio.
“He’s the type of player you need. In the end I’d say, “Okay, now I know why Collingwood tried to get Adam Treloar out,” because they had Jack Gunston on the wings all along.
“If you can get Adam Treloar and Jack Gunston out, it would be a pretty big win for Collingwood.”
Browne thinks a deal that turns Gunston into a magpie is unlikely.
“Hard to see how Gunston is handling pies. Collingwood is thrilled. But Pies seems to want to go to draft with every pick they get for Treloar, ”he tweeted.
“I don’t think Gunston is going anywhere. But the fact is that Collingwood is interested. And there’s little chance he’ll go to the pies. ”
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