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Sport AFL trade news 2020: Every out-of-contract player ahead of the trade period

10:51  08 october  2020
10:51  08 october  2020 Source:   sportingnews.com

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In recent years, the AFL ’s trade period has grown into a monster, expanding outside of those two weeks in October to become a year-long point However, it was reported after the trade period ended that Crouch had approached the Suns a second time with just days to go before the deadline, willing

Some might be angling for more money, others for a trade, while some are just hoping to get one of the final few spots on a list.

With the end of the season, the trade period and the 2021 list lodgement deadline in sight, here's every player who is yet to sign a deal for next season.

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Adelaide

Brad Crouch is the most sigificant one for the Crows, he's a free agent but has stated his desire to stay at Adelaide.

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On day one of the NAB AFL Trade Period , Bell said it would Had offered Lincoln McCarthy a one-year contract but weren't too fazed to gift him a fresh start at the Lions. Verdict: It was a relatively quiet Trade Period for the Bulldogs after Wingard nominated Hawthorn as his preferred new home.

Completed every trade they set out to. Nathan Schmook's verdict: List manager Brad Lloyd turned a disaster into a magnificent result for the Dockers Nick Bowen's verdict: The trade period 's biggest winner narrowly ahead of Essendon. Acquired free agents Tom Rockliff and Steven Motlop, and

Kyle Hartigan should sort a new deal shortly.

  • Ben Crocker
  • Brad Crouch
  • Jordan Gallucci
  • Kyle Hartigan
  • Ben Keays
  • David Mackay
  • Myles Poholke
  • Kieran Strachan

Brisbane

Grant Birchall can sign a new deal but hasn't decided if he'll play on yet and it's a similar story for Stefan Martin who has battled injury this year.

  • Jacob Allison
  • Grant Birchall
  • Allen Christensen
  • Cedric Cox
  • Matt Eagles
  • Mitch Hinge
  • Ryan Lester
  • Corey Lyons
  • Stefan Martin
  • Sam Skinner
  • Toby Wooller

Carlton

Eddie Betts is yet to sign a new deal but is expected to play on at the Blues in 2021.

Matthew Kennedy is one who will be in demand but is likely to get an extension.

  • Eddie Betts
  • Matthew Kennedy
  • Harrison Macreadie
  • Callum Moore
  • Matthew Owies
  • Fraser Phillips
  • Cameron Polson

Collingwood

The Pies have plenty on their plate when it comes to list management, with Jordan De Goey, Darcy Moore, Brody Mihocek and Josh Daicos all still to be sorted.

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List of AFL players coming out of contract at the end of 2020 . Whilst we make every effort to keep up to date with player contracts, it is likely that our data may at times be out of date, incomplete or inaccurate.

When is the 2020 AFL trade period and when will the draft be? More afl news : It means the league ’s trade period will intersect with the Melbourne Spring There are still roughly 350 players out of contract , with clubs not yet given an updated total player payments figure for the 2021 season.

Levi Greenwood is also in discussions with the club.

Some veterans, like Lynden Dunn and Travis Varcoe may be coming to the end of the road in their playing careers.

  • Flynn Appleby
  • Atu Bosenavulagi
  • Tim Broomhead
  • Josh Daicos
  • Jordan De Goey
  • Lynden Dunn
  • Levi Greenwood
  • Mark Keane
  • Jack Madgen
  • Brody Mihocek
  • Darcy Moore
  • Matthew Scharenberg
  • Anton Tohill
  • Travis Varcoe
  • Rupert Wills

Essendon

Some big names on the Bombers' off-contract list, starting with Joe Daniher who will again have suitors should he wish to depart the club.

Adam Saad has indicated his desire to leave, which should see them ramp up their efforts to re-sign best and fairest Jordan Ridley.

Andrew McGrath is one who won't be leaving, while they'll be keen to hang onto Kyle Langford, Marty Gleeson and Will Snelling.

  • Henry Crauford
  • Joe Daniher
  • Marty Gleeson
  • Brayden Ham
  • Kyle Langford
  • Jayden Laverde
  • Andy McGrath
  • Irving Mosquito
  • Andrew Phillips
  • Jordan Ridley
  • Adam Saad
  • Will Snelling
  • James Stewart
  • Jacob Townsend

Fremantle

David Mundy is among the competition's elder statesmen but is showing no signs of slowing down and will get another contract if he wishes to stay on.

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A new deal for Lachie Schultz won't be far away, same goes for Brett Bewley.

  • Bailey Banfield
  • Brett Bewley
  • David Mundy
  • Lachie Schultz
  • Leno Thomas

Geelong

The little master Gary Ablett will almost certainly hang up the boots at the end of the season, while Harry Taylor is yet to make a call on his future.

Tom Hawkins is rumoured to have agreed a two-year extension, Zach Tuohy will likely get a new deal, same for Brandan Parfitt.

Nakia Cockatoo is on Brisbane's radar, leaving Geelong with plenty of work to do off-field over the next few months.

  • Gary Ablett
  • Oscar Brownless
  • Brad Close
  • Nakia Cockatoo
  • Darcy Fort
  • Zach Guthrie
  • Tom Hawkins
  • Lachie Henderson
  • Ben Jarvis
  • Jacob Kennerley
  • Nathan Kreuger
  • Quinton Narkle
  • Stefan Okunbor
  • Brandan Parfitt
  • James Parsons
  • Blake Schlensog
  • Sam Simpson
  • Jake Tarca
  • Harry Taylor
  • Zach Tuohy

Gold Coast

Jarrod Harbrow is keen to play on next season and should get a one-year deal.

  • Jarrod Harbrow
  • Patrick Murtagh
  • Malcolm Rosas

GWS

Aidan Corr (North Melbourne), Jackson Hately (South Australia) and Zac Williams (Carlton) have one foot out the door already.

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Jeremy Cameron is the big one, reportedly fielding strong interest from the Cats, among others, while Jye Caldwell is on Essendon and St Kilda's radar.

The Giants have some big calls to make on Daniel Lloyd, Sam Reid and Shane Mumford, while Xavier O'Halloran has suitors elsewhere if he turns down a new deal at GWS.

  • Callum Brown
  • Jack Buckley
  • Jye Caldwell
  • Jeremy Cameron
  • Aidan Corr
  • Jackson Hately
  • Zac Langdon
  • Daniel Lloyd
  • Shane Mumford
  • Xavier O'Halloran
  • Sam Reid
  • Zach Sproule
  • Zac Williams

Hawthorn

Long-time servant Isaac Smith is garnering interest from the Dees, among others clubs, though Hawthorn are still trying to hang onto him.

Jack Scrimshaw looks set to earn a new deal, while there will be plenty of Hawks nervously waiting for the AFL's final decision on list sizes.

  • Keegan Brooksby
  • Ollie Hanrahan
  • Dan Howe
  • Damon Greaves
  • Changkuoth Jiath
  • Harry Jones
  • Jacob Koschitzke
  • Dylan Moore
  • Jack Scrimshaw
  • Isaac Smith
  • Mathew Walker

Melbourne

Former skipper and loyal servant Nathan Jones' future remains uncertain, though he is keen to play on.

Michael Hibberd should get a new contract, while Jayden Hunt, Mitch Hannan, Jay Lockhart, Oscar McDonald and Charlie Spargo have all played plenty of senior footy in 2020, suggesting at least some are in the Dees' plans.

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  • Toby Bedford
  • Mitch Brown
  • Kade Chandler
  • Mitch Hannan
  • Michael Hibberd
  • Marty Hore
  • Jayden Hunt
  • Nathan Jones
  • James Jordon
  • Jay Lockhart
  • Oscar McDonald
  • Aaron Nietschke
  • Charlie Spargo

North Melbourne

Ben Brown has been told he is free to leave the club, while Jed Anderson, Kayne Turner and Kyron Hayden should all sign new contracts in the coming weeks.

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  • Jed Anderson
  • Ben Brown
  • Taylor Garner
  • Kyron Hayden
  • Matt McGuinness
  • Kayne Turner
  • Ed Vickers-Willis
  • Will Walker

Port Adelaide

Brad Ebert is yet to decide if he will play on in 2021, though should be able to secure a deal if he chooses to do so.

  • Brad Ebert
  • Martin Frederick
  • Jarrod Lienert
  • Jake Patmore
  • Cam Sutcliffe
  • Boyd Woodcock

Richmond

Toby Nankervis should get a new deal on the back of an ACL injury to Ivan Soldo and Callum Coleman-Jones' suspension.

Bachar Houli has been linked with a return to Essendon though he's yet to publicly indicate his preference to stay or go.

Gold Coast were rumoured to be interested in Nathan Broad, that's since cooled.

A host of other Tigers are attracting interest and considered gettable, including Marlion Pickett, Oleg Markov and Derek Eggmolesse-Smith.

Riley Collier-Dawkins and Jake Aarts are in discussions regarding new deals.

  • Jake Aarts
  • Nathan Broad
  • Riley Collier-Dawkins
  • Derek Eggmolesse-Smith
  • Luke English
  • Ryan Garthwaite
  • Bachar Houli
  • Oleg Markov
  • Ben Miller
  • Toby Nankervis
  • Marlion Pickett
  • Fraser Turner

St Kilda

A host of regulars in the Saints seniors are yet to agree new deals, with rival clubs sure to be monitoring the situations of Jake Carlisle, Jack Lonie, Ben Paton, Jack Bytel and Nick Hind.

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Sydney

Lewis Melican appeared to cement himself in the senior side, while Matthew Ling and Ryley Stoddart look like securing new deals.

Big men Joel Amartey and Michael Knoll will be looking over their shoulders, while there may not be enough room to fit all of Ben Ronke, Zac Foot and Sam Wicks.

  • Joel Amartey
  • Zac Foot
  • Robbie Fox
  • Michael Knoll
  • Matthew Ling
  • Jack Maibaum
  • Hayden McLean
  • Lewis Melican
  • Harry Reynolds
  • Ben Ronke
  • Brady Rowles
  • Ryley Stoddart
  • Jackson Thurlow
  • Sam Wicks

West Coast

Plenty of Eagles with uncertain futures after an eliminaton final exit. 2018 premiership winner Lewis Jetta looks like being shown the door, while Mark Hutchings and Nathan Vardy face a nervous wait.

Jake Waterman is likely to agree to a new deal.

  • Brendon Ah Chee
  • Brayden Ainsworth
  • Hamish Brayshaw
  • Mark Hutchings
  • Lewis Jetta
  • Jamaine Jones
  • Mitch O'Neill
  • Nicholas Reid
  • Anthony Treacy
  • Nathan Vardy
  • Daniel Venables
  • Jake Waterman
  • Francis Watson

Western Bulldogs

Easton Wood has reportedly agreed to a new deal, while Taylor Duryea and Ryan Gardner should also extend with the Dogs.

Matt Suckling, Billy Gowers and Lin Jong are among the established names whose future is up in the air.

  • Ben Cavarra
  • Taylor Duryea
  • Ryan Gardner
  • Billy Gowers
  • Fergus Greene
  • Will Hayes
  • Lin Jong
  • Buku Khamis
  • Brad Lynch
  • Callum Porter
  • Roarke Smith
  • Matthew Suckling
  • Jordon Sweet
  • Jackson Trengove
  • Lachie Young
  • Easton Wood

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