World News – AU – Three big names show their hand as AFL trading time heats up


One bomber leaves and another remains, while one of the biggest names in the business – Jordan De Goey from Collingwood – has backed off

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It’s the day of the AFL Grand Final, but it doesn’t slow down the trading market with three big stars revealing their future plans

Essendon endured a 2020 season nightmare and things have only gotten worse since their season ended

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Several stars have submitted requests to find a new home, others linked to the departure of the Bombers

Zach Merrett’s name has been thrown into chaos of business rumors, but the star was defiant when he declared his future intentions

Midfielder star Merrett’s name began to circulate once trade rumors started, which was a shocking addition to the all-star roster on the table

In the end, they were just that, rumors The star shut down any idea he would play anywhere other than for the Bombers

« I will play Essendon next year It is as clear as it gets, » he told AFLcomau

« I am very determined to play Essendon next year and I have no doubts that with the players we have and the coaches we have right now, we can turn things around pretty quickly and get back on track. scale « 

That’s a different story for Merrett’s teammate Orazio Fantasia, who is expected to confirm Port Adelaide as his club of choice in a commercial claim

Fantasia, 25, has one year left on his Bombers contract, but is looking to return home to Adelaide

Fantasia met Adelaide earlier in the month, but her intentions are seen as a move to join the Power and help them move beyond their preliminary final defeat in 2020

Goey’s Jordan has become a hot ticket on the trading table lately with the Collingwood star’s future in the air

The Pies have negotiated with several of their own star players to re-sign for another round of finals

De Goey is the latest big player to sign with the Pies facing a bloated pay margin to get the job done

But although the Mercurial Star is courting up to $ 1million a year for a new deal, the star looks set to stay in the black and white

His father, who works as a manager for his 24-year-old son, reportedly told two rival clubs he was not going anywhere for at least two years

« I understand that Jordan De Goey’s management, especially his father, have told two clubs I know this week that he will stay at Collingwood for two years before his independent agency is established, » said Tom Browne on Seven News

« So unless someone stings – Carlton certainly didn’t come and strike like De Goey perhaps would have liked – that means De Goey is now very likely to stay in Collingwood and move on. re-engage for two years before free agency

There is a strong indication that Jordan De Goey will be staying in Collingwood, per @ tombrowne7 More ⤵️ picTwittercom / ERmnS4R6ds

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World news – AU – Three big names show their hand as the AFL trading time heats up



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