Agent rules out Treloar exit
The agent of Collingwood midfielder Adam Treloar has shot down reports suggesting his client could be set for a move to Gold Coast.
The gun midfielder is under contract with the Magpies until the end of 2025, but after his partner signed a contract to play professional netball in Queensland in 2021, it was suggested the 27-year-old could join the Suns.
It would appear that Gold Coast have asked the question, but Treloar's agent Tim Hazell says he is staying put.
"He is not going anywhere," Hazell told News Corp. "He is respectful of Kimmy's career, he is excited by the opportunity and it's a one-year contract and they will manage."
Treloar's partner Kim Ravaillion took a break from netball while she had the couples’ first child, but is now ready to return to the sport and will play for the Queensland Firebirds in the Super Netball competition next year.
"Collingwood were kept in the loop with Kimmy signing with the Firebirds and they are very supportive of the situation," Hazell added. "They are professional athletes with a small window."
The Suns are ready to trade their number five pick in the NAB AFL Draft for a player of Treloar's ability and Suns coach Stuart Dew has admitted they would be keen on the Pies star if he was available.
However Dew says he's not so it is a non-starter.
"[Treloar's] obviously a fantastic player, but he's a contracted Collingwood player. We certainly don't see that that's changing," he told Fox Footy.
"We understand where the rumours come from and we can ask the question, but as far as we know and as far as he's concerned, he's all set to prepare for next season with Collingwood."
Meanwhile, Brisbane are 87/100 to beat Geelong in Saturday's Final Series clash, with the Cats 97/100.
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