Collingwood and the Western Bulldogs are reportedly arguing over how much each will pay of Adam Treloar’s $ 4.5 million mega-deal that the Pies signed him to before moving him out of the club.
AFL Media Journalist Damian Barrett reports that both clubs are removed from Treloar’s five-season deal “in at least one season” up to $ 200,000 a year after the dogs traded on the assumption that Collingwood was about $ 300,000 Would cover contract per year.
The report suggests that Collingwood is sticking to the amount they will cover, less than the clubs originally anticipated as they believe this is “not their problem”.
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Under normal circumstances, formal paperwork is required for all trades within one week of the close of the trading period.
The report claims the league extended the deadline to this Friday.
Collingwood’s trading session has come under scrutiny, with both Treloar and striker Jaidyn Stephenson expressing dissatisfaction with the end of their time at the club.
The pies also swapped Tom Phillips and Atu Bosenavulagi.
On Wednesday, the club announced that they had officially parted ways with Dayne Beams after reaching an agreement with the premier player, while Rupert Wills and Flynn Appleby were removed from the list.