The Herald Sun reports that Crameri is training in private, with the hope of returning should a Swiss Court uphold the Essendon 34’s appeal.
Western Bulldogs’ coach Luke Beveridge confirmed on Tuesday that the forward is readying himself for a potential return, with Channel Seven reporting that a decision from Switzeland “is imminent”, meaning Crameri could be free to play in September.
“Stewie’s been doing quite a bit of work and training just in case that happens,” Beveridge said.
“That’d be a nice little injection of personality into the club.”
Meanwhile, the Herald Sun also reports that Crameri’s friendship with suspended Essendon player Michael Hurley “will play a key role in the Dogs’ mission to acquire the contracted defender”.