Nick Dal Santo of the Kangaroos handballs during the AFL Second Preliminary Final match between the West Coast Eagles and the North Melbourne Kangaroos at Domain Stadium on September 26, 2015 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Will Russell/AFL Media/Getty Images)

Two clubs interested in Nick Dal Santo

Two clubs are reportedly interested in outgoing North Melbourne veteran Nick Dal Santo.

Dal Santo was informed a fortnight ago that he will not be offered a new contract for 2017, along with fellow veterans Brent Harvey, Drew Petrie and Michael Firrito.

However, the 32-year-old has publicly stated on several occasions his desire to continue his career beyond this season.

The Footy Show’s Damian Barrett reported on Thursday night that Colligwood and at least one other club are interested in signing the former Saint, with the Pies already making an approach to Dal Santo’s management.

Dal Santo has played 60 games for North Melbourne since joining the club at the end of 2013, after 260 games with St Kilda, including the 2010 and 2011 grand finals.

He has averaged 24.6 disposals, 3.7 marks, 3.4 tackles and has booted six goals so far in 2016.

More From Our Network

You Might Also Like

66 COMMENTS

    • Dals best years are behind him. Why would collingwood go for him is beyond me. They are nowhere near a premiership and by the time they are dal santo would have been retired for a good part of a decade lol

  1. Just have a remark in the way of youth policy. It’s great to bring in young players with potential. But like any education you need a teacher. This isn’t a game of footy at lunch time. It’s not about how fast you can run. it’s knowing which direction to run in. Five year builds are a joke it’s a hopeful thought. The recycling of great players in this game has been proven time and time again. By the better clubs. I.e. Brain lake, Stevie jay. We need to loss the mentality that in war one man drops the next one stands up, And just remind them that the bloke In your position is family were a club with passion and we don’t forget

Comments are closed.