Sun’s chairman Tony Cochrane on SEN SA breakfast On Thursday morning they said it cheekily when they spoke about the mysterious situation of Magpies-Adam Treloar: “I think that every team in the country will have a crack.”
How could 17 other teams not see the developing story of Collingwood and Treloar and at least not wonder if one of the best AFL midfielders could fit into their clubs?
As it stands, no party has blinked yet.
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How foxfooty.com.au On Monday evening, the pies reported they had told Treloar that they would rather trade him. However, they know that the on-baller is under contract for another five seasons and would have to agree to a move.Treloar is frustrated and hurt by Collingwood’s approach. But his heart is firmly attached to the club, his preference right now is to stick with the Pies, and he currently has no offers from competing clubs.
Most Collingwood fans were also frustrated and hurt this week as they saw the developing narrative about a player who voted Richmond over Collingwood five years ago.
But Treloar’s future seems to be in a delicate position on the surface. And with the trading deadline still two weeks away, decisions will have to be made soon as to whether Treloar really wants out or whether the pies are really ready to keep it.
Despite Collingwood’s reported concern about Treloar’s ability to play his best footy when his partner Kim Ravaillion and daughter Georgie arrive on the interstate next year, Ravaillion will continue their netball career in Queensland after signing a 10-month deal has to play with the Firebirds – the real sticking point seems to be cash.
As reported foxfooty.com.auTreloar’s contract for 2021 is $ 900,000. But Collingwood is ruthlessly trying to free up space in its wage cap, to the point where it is ready to strike a deal should Treloar find another club and even consider paying more than $ 200,000 of his wages for 2021.
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It would be a tough effort for both parties to reconcile their differences and see Treloar wear black and white next year. And it’s still a possibility because even if Treloar had to return to a club that initially didn’t want him, you can feel that he would return to training with an ultra-professional attitude
However, for Essendon legend Matthew Lloyd, there is also a feeling that this scenario is beyond the point of no return.
“If I were Adam Treloar, I’m so stubborn, I would say I’ll never play for this football club again the way you treated me,” said Lloyd AFL Trade Radio on Monday.
“But Adam is still – if it’s just about them haggling a little and doing the right thing, he might feel that way – ready to walk through that door because he loves Collingwood.”
Meanwhile, the rivals are evaluating their options and possibly preparing playing fields in case Treloar wants to find a few houses.
Lions rule out Treloar move
Given Treloar’s family situation for 2021, the obvious new goal joins the Gold Coast Suns and Brisbane Lions have been made.
The latter has already ruled out playing a piece for the Magpie earlier this week through Brisbane football boss David Noble, citing Lions’ commitment to recruiting free agent Joe Daniher and their view that it would be difficult Treloar integrate the club’s list and the TPP (Total Player Payments) structures.
While the suns have been strongly associated with Treloar for weeks, the Club is not actively following Treloar foxfooty.com.au reported on Wednesday that he has shown no interest in playing for her until now.
Cochrane publicly endorsed this stance on Thursday and told SEN SA breakfast: “Until Adam finds out what he wants to do, we passengers sit on the fence with great interest. He has to come and want to move to the Gold Coast so that we’re interested. ”
Sun’s trainer Stuart Dew said AFL 360 Earlier this month the club was ready to put their first draft selection (selection 5) for a player like Treloar on the table.
There is also the scenario that Treloar could present to former club list boss Stephen Silvagni this week GWS Giants – The club he left in late 2015 to join the pies which ultimately offered a healthier contract.
“I know Adam really loved the giants. (But) I think (it) came to the point where the Giants’ salary cap was filled, ”said Silvagni SEN breakfast On Wednesday.
“I would think the Giants would consider this scenario right away if they thought there was a chance they could get Adam Treloar back as they have so many players leaving this football club right now.”
A move to Queensland or New South Wales seems unlikely, however.
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As Cochrane emphasized on Thursday, Treloar wants to stay “clearly and obviously” in Melbourne and not “force a guy to play for us” his suns.
So if the 27-year-old doesn’t want to move north and can’t make up for differences with the pies, then no doubt several Victorian clubs are ready to rush.
However, not every Victorian club will pick up the phone to inquire about Treloar’s services.
People like St Kilda, Geelong and Melbourne have their eyes set on other commercial projects. The Saints will land Brad Crouch, the cats target Jeremy Cameron and Shaun Higgins, and the Dees have shown the greatest interest in Ben Brown. And the Cats and Dees are embroiled in a battle with Hawthorn for the services of Isaac Smith.
Free agency doesn’t work
That leaves the Victorian clubs that have paid off.
While the Pies remain willing to pay some of Treloar’s wages for 2021, only the teams with wiggle room for salary caps are likely to play a game, given the midfielder’s long-term, backward deal.
North Melbourne 11 players were delisted shortly after the 2020 campaign ended, while Brown and Higgins will also depart. That frees up a lot of money to attack a big fish like Treloar that has been dying to land 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 a major remodel to remain in doubt.
The question also arises whether a player like Treloar makes sense for the kangaroos at the moment. Yes, they have the cap field, but starting a remodel while trading against a player who will be 28 by the start of next season is a bit of a contradiction in terms.
Essendon and Carlton, who both finished just below the top eight in 2020, but only one – the Blues – is expected to fight for the final in 2021, are both in a decent position financially. The Bombers will lose Joe Daniher and Orazio Fantasia in the coming weeks, while the Blues have skillfully maneuvered their TPP in recent years to free up space from next year, as reported by AFL Media.
The Western bulldogsThat could be the main player, however – especially if Josh Dunkley officially requests a deal with the bombers, which is apparently gaining momentum.
On the surface, the crux for the dogs would actually be getting a treloar deal at the counter, as its value remains an interesting topic of conversation.
When the then 22-year-old was traded in 2015, the Pies gave Pick 7, a future selection in the first round, and Pick 62 to the Giants, who sent Treloar and Pick 28 on the Giants’ path.
He is now five years older and has weathered injury-related campaigns in two of the last three seasons. But he has now also reached the highest footy age (27) and has five seasons in a row in which he is one of the top 10 players in the league for average exits. Few can find the footy better than him.
If its value is about the same as it was five years ago – or even higher – the dogs might be fighting.
The Bulldogs have a first-round pick (Pick 10), but that could be swallowed up quickly if the night is awaited with an early top 5 bid for the prospect of a gun academy, Jamarra Ugle-Hagan.
But if Essendon gets round one compensation for losing Joe Daniher to the Brisbane Lions – a prospect that got a lot of coverage Wednesday night – the dogs could move that selection (option 7) in a possible Dunkley deal . Then the dogs have the opportunity to use one of the first rounds of voting to send them to Collingwood in a potential treloar deal. This scenario was characterized by the Herald Sun. on Wednesday evening.
And from a purely football perspective, a Treloar Dogs train would fit well, according to Melry 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 is how he can play and run and spread. He gives this midfield another dimension. ”
At the moment everyone is on hold.
Treloar was one of the most discussed and dissected players when he switched from the Giants to the Pies in late 2015. Five years later, this seems to be the case again – albeit under completely different circumstances.
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