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Meanwhile, Sydney has locked up a key player.
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YOUNG GUN BLUE REQUESTS A TRADE
Carlton’s youngster, Sam Petrevski-Seton, has requested a West Coast trade.
The 23-year-old, selected with the sixth pick in the 2016 national draft, wants to return to his home country.
Petrevski-Seton has managed 14 senior games this year, but has been away from the selection table during the season.
His name has previously been linked with a move to Fremantle as part of a potential trade for the Dockers Adam Cerra pistol, which called for a trade with Victoria.
“Sam has officially requested a trade: we will now work with West Coast Eagles Football Club and Sam’s management to finalize the deal,” said Blues football boss Brad Lloyd.
SWANS RUCKMAN IS COMMITTED
Tom Morris reports …
Sydney ruckman Callum Sinclair has agreed to the terms of a contract for next season.
Foxfooty.com.au can reveal that the 31-year-old will be at the Swans next year, although he has only played four senior games in 2021.
Sinclair has played 118 games since his 2013 debut for West Coast, including 89 for Sydney.
The Eagles are looking for a replacement to support Nic Natanui following Nathan Vardy’s retirement.
DAWSOTHE “PRIMARY TARGET” OF N IS PORT
Port Adelaide football boss Chris Davies has said Swan Jordan Dawson is the club’s number one target this commercial period.
The Power has been linked to both Dawson – who has requested a return to South Australia and is said to have visited the facilities of both clubs as his decision awaits him – and giant Jeremy Finlayson – who has passed a medical exam with Port last week.
But speaking on SEN radio, Davies said the club are still open to several different possibilities.
“We are entering the commercial period with an open mind to where we end up,” he said. SEN’s Dwayne World.
“It’s fair to suggest that Jeremy has ties to South Australia, and in regards to this particular medical that happened, we just want to be ahead of the game so that if we get through the commercial period and for Jeremy to become an option, we’re well positioned to make it happen.
“I would suggest our primary target be Jordan Dawson, but if that doesn’t materialize, we will be looking at other ways to improve our roster both throughout the trade period and the national draft.”
It comes after the great Kane Cornes of Port Adelaide told SEN on Monday that the Crows were the favorites for Dawson’s signing.
Sun Herald Journalist Jon Ralph said last week that Power and Crows are expected to offer him a five-year contract worth $ 500,000 per season.
Davies is awaiting a verdict from Dawson in the next few days.
“I imagine his decision as to where he wants to play his football in the future is probably imminent,” he said. SEN’s Dwayne World.
“As a club we thought we were putting our best foot forward. “
TWO RIVALS ARE INTERESTED IN BLUE COUPE
The Brisbane Lions and Gold Coast Suns are among the clubs that have shown an early interest in Blue Levi Casboult, according to reports. The Sun Herald.
Casboult, 31, was not offered a new contract by the Blues after an indifferent 2021 season hampered by a knee injury, playing 13 games.
But the report says the big man is staying in shape as teams file preliminary inquiries into him.
Casboult has played 154 AFL games since his debut in 2012.
Senior foxfooty.com.au Journalist Tom Morris first revealed that the Gold Coast Suns are set to sign free agent Tiger Mabior Chol on a four-year contract to secure their key actions, while Sam Day signed a two-year extension. .
Meanwhile, the Lions are one of many clubs with a tight salary cap for 2022, but The sun herald the reports could bring Casboult with a base salary of around $ 120,000 plus matching payments.