Why 4 out-of-contract Magpies are stranded in contract limbo.
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Collingwood quartet Brayden Sier, Chris Mayne, Mason Cox and Josh Thomas all face unsure futures on the Holden Centre as golf equipment await particulars on wage cap and checklist sizes for 2022, reports AFL Media’s Mitch Cleary.
Sier, 23, is the newest out-of-contract Magpie to hitch a crop in contract limbo who shall be compelled to attend till season’s finish for a verdict – a state of affairs additional sophisticated by the membership looking for its subsequent senior coach.
The out-of-favour big-bodied midfielder – who has beforehand drawn curiosity from a number of rival groups together with Essendon – has been restricted to simply seven senior video games in 2021.
Sier is certainly one of several inside midfielders from AFL clubs that could hit the market at season’s finish.
Cleary additionally experiences that skipper Scott Pendlebury is nearing a one-year extension, Jay Rantall will start contract in direction of on the finish of the marketing campaign and Trey Ruscoe and Jack Ginnivan are anticipated to earn new offers.
Anton Tohill, Jack Madgen, Max Lynch and Tom Wilson are additionally set to come back out of contract.
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Port Adelaide nice Kane Cornes believes North Melbourne could be an “wonderful possibility” for Adelaide Crows veteran Tom Lynch.
Lynch – who turns 31 later this 12 months and has been restricted to eight video games in 2021 as a consequence of damage – is about to turn into a restricted free agent.
Talking on SEN’s Flip, Cornes stated that he thinks regardless of the Kangaroos being in a rebuilding part, the statesmen ahead could be of nice worth to David Noble’s staff and are available at an inexpensive value.
“North Melbourne may get him for nothing by way of what you’re going to pay for him – it’s not going to be vital – you don’t have to surrender a draft choose for him,” he stated.
“He’s 30 years of age and to see him return within the final two weeks from that damage, he appears to be like good, and he appears to be like sharp.
“So as to add him with (Nick) Larkey into that ahead combine is unquestionably an open that I’d pursue. There’s the reference to David Noble (who was an assistant on the Crows).
“He’s a terrific particular person. He helps out with Adelaide’s AFLW staff. He desires to discover the teaching growth path.
“Tom Lynch on and off the sector at North Melbourne to develop these youthful gamers and slot into that ahead line as a much bigger physique for the following two years could be a wonderful possibility for North.
“It’s not a high-profile man and it’s not going to be the distinction between pushing proper up the ladder, however a pleasant cog into what might be an honest North Melbourne ahead line subsequent 12 months.”
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