Ty Vickery could become a Hawthorn player as early as Friday, with the Richmond forward agreeing to a three-year deal, according to the Herald Sun.
The restricted free agent had attracted interest from an interstate and a Melbourne-based club, but is determined to get to the Hawks after a positive meeting with coach Alastair Clarkson.
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Vickery’s departure will net the Tigers either a second-round pick (currently No.25) or end of second round (No.37) pick as compensation, depending on his new contract with Hawthorn.
As it stands, Richmond doesn’t have a second-round selection after trading it last year to Gold Coast as part of the Tigers’ manouvering to secure Chris Yarran from Carlton.