A pay dispute had caused plenty of commotion between the two clubs, who agreed to a trade in the final seconds of last month’s exchange period that would see the gun midfielder head to Whitten Oval.
It is understood that both clubs had originally agreed to have the Magpies pay a third of Treloar’s $900,000-per-season contract, a deal that will run until the end of the 2025 season.
However, ongoing disputes between the two clubs have delayed the deal until now, with the AFL set to receive the official paperwork in the coming days.
The Bulldogs are set to front-end their side of Treloar’s contract to aid Collingwood and their tight salary cap across the next few seasons.
The Adam Treloar contract dispute is resolved. Bottom line – Pies pay the full whack of the $1.5 million difference between Treloar’s Coll contract & the Dogs’ new 5X$600k deal.Although Dogs will help by front-ending Treloar’s deal at Whitten Oval. More at https://t.co/z8yG56ep3u
— Sam Edmund (@Sammy__Edmund) December 11, 2020