Collingwood is close to agreeing to terms on a new deal with out-of-contract defender Darcy Moore, per Channel 7’s Tom Browne.
Moore, who has been highly sought after by rival clubs, recently capped a stellar year with his first All-Australian selection.
Rival clubs have now been told the 24-year-old will be re-signing with the Magpies, according to Browne.
“Collingwood is not too far off finalising a deal that will see Darcy Moore remain a Magpie,” he tweeted.
“Clubs making inquiries / checking on his status, have been recently told he is staying at the Pies.”
Collingwood is not too far off finalising a deal that will see Darcy Moore remain a magpie. Clubs making inquiries / checking on his status, have been recently told he is staying at the pies
— Tom Browne (@TomBrowne7) September 27, 2020
The Pies have begun making moves on the contract front, with AFL.com.au reporting yesterday Brody Mihocek has been offered a three-year contract extension.
They also remain hopeful star forward Jordan De Goey will re-sign with the club, along with young Pie Josh Daicos.
Other Collingwood players out of contract include Levi Greenwood, Matt Scharenberg, Rupert Wills, Atu Bosenavulagi and Flynn Appleby.