Collingwood star Adam Treloar may have dealt with his playful future on Tuesday night AFL 360 from Fox Footy.
But it’s far from certain that the former giant will remain black and white in 2021 and beyond, given the difficult stalemate between the two parties.
On Friday senior foxfooty.com.au Reporter Tom Morris revealed that Treloar believes the Magpies wanted him away to help with the club’s salary caps.
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Treloar could be signed by the end of 2025, but that doesn’t mean the Magpies can’t trade it in for another club as De Goey is likely still left.
So which club has the best chance of offering Treloar a deal for the future if they call to leave?
Treloar doesn’t want to move to Queensland and play for the Suns or Lions, even though fiancé Kim Ravaillion heads north to make super netball commitments.
Treloar only has to think about the Melbourne clubs to get to the bottom of Collingwood’s plans for the midfielder.
You can probably draw a line through Richmond considering Treloar ditched, “I think Collingwood has a better list” after deciding to nominate the pies over the tigers.
While Treloar has since replied that he has no intention of disregarding the Tigers, it would be an odd situation to see him drive across the street to Punt Road Oval.
Given the rise of the young gun Shai Bolton, Richmond is unlikely to have a place for Treloar. Some young conscripts, Riley Collier-Dawkins and Thomson Dow, want to secure a spot.
The Western Bulldogs are well placed in the midfield while Geelong has other options on the table.
Carlton, Essendon, Hawthorn, Melbourne, North Melbourne and St. Kilda are potential homes for the 27 year old.
Carlton has Zac Williams and Adam Saad supposed to come through the door, but as they continue to be connected to other players it suggests there is scope to move the salary cap.
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Patrick Cripps is crying out for more support in the middle that Williams is expected to give. But Treloar’s skill and running might appeal.
The only problem for Carlton is the lack of top picks to hit a deal when Saad picks up Pick 7. Your only hope would be to split the selection into two first round picks and send one along with one to Essendon and the other to Collingwood in the 2021 first round voting.
Essendon has a number of players leaving in the off-season. Joe Daniher, Adam Saad and Orazio Fantasia confirm they don’t want to be at the club next season.
Jye Caldwell is one of those midfielders Adrian Dodoro and his team are considering.
Treloar could take part in the discussions, but with question marks about his disposal efficiency, it could run into some problems alongside his former teammate Dylan Shiel in midfield.
At 182cm, his size doesn’t add anything else to the Dons, but his competitive strength would improve the mix.
Hawthorn would love another midfielder, and if Alastair Clarkson gets a snoop with Treloar he’ll be sure to start Zoom and hold a meeting.
A midfield group of Treloar, Mitchell, O’Meara and Worpel would give the club one of the better groups of onballers in the entire competition.
The Hawks were smart enough to work with salary caps and would likely find a way to incorporate him.
Melbourne is looking for more outside run and has offered Hawk Isaac Smith a big deal to play alongside Ed Langdon.
The inner midfield mix is full with the Demons, so Treloar should understand that his role is less likely to be in the middle.
If there’s one club that’s looking for more midfield star power, it’s St. Kilda.
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Jack Steele had a career-best year winning All-Australian Honors but is still lacking some support in the middle.
Jade Gresham and veteran Dan Hannebery would love if Treloar entered the competition alongside them.
With picks 15 and 58, the Saints don’t have too much draft capital to close a deal.
But with Treloar’s big back-end deal, there has to be some element of a paycheck for the pies that lowers its market value a bit.
Treloar has the upper hand and Hawthorn legend Jason Dunstall believes that a simple conversation between the two parties can end all speculation.
“It’s become a really fascinating environment. When you sign a player who enters into the contract, they have the right to examine it if they want, ”he continued Fox Footy.
“But I think we’re on stage now where we’re brutally honest and the players make decisions based on the best interests of the player.
“While clubs have an obligation to look after the player’s well-being, they have to make the best decisions for the club. If he vacillates a bit and you vacillate a bit, sit down and have an honest conversation.
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