MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 30: Charlie Cameron of the Crows makes a break during the 2017 AFL Grand Final match between the Adelaide Crows and the Richmond Tigers at Melbourne Cricket Ground on September 30, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/AFL Media/Getty Images)

Brisbane has offered Adelaide pick No.19 for wantaway Crow, Charlie Cameron.

Player manager Andrew McDougall confirmed the news on AFL Trade Radio on Friday afternoon.

“I can tell you that Brisbane has offered the Crows pick 19 for Charlie Cameron,” McDougall said.

Cameron, who still has a year to run on his current contract with Adelaide, informed the club of his desire to be traded to Brisbane for family reasons following the side’s Grand Final loss to Richmond.

The Crows have stated they will not trade Cameron. However, with the 23-year-old keen to leave and the Lions offering a top-20 pick, the deal may end up going through.

On top of this, Adelaide is still very much in the running to secure Geelong free agent Steven Motlop with a lucrative financial offer, which could fill the void left by Cameron.

Cameron has said if the Crows do not grant his trade request this year, he will walk away at the end of next season.

If Adelaide accept Brisbane’s offer, the Crows will then have three picks inside the top 20. The Crows would then go into the draft armed with picks 10 (from Melbourne for Jake Lever), 16 and 19 (from Brisbane for Charlie Cameron) should they agree to trade Cameron.

Cameron played 24 games this season, kicking 29 goals, including a brilliant five goal-haul against Geelong in the preliminary final.