The Trade Period deadline is nearing and there's plenty left to play out before Wednesday night's cut-off.
With the current state of play, deadline day looks destined to be filled with a bevy of done deals.
Magpies tall set to depart
“He’d like to (get to Hawthorn). His management’s made us aware of that,” Wright said.
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Magpies enter race for forward as Bombers and Giants open trade talks
Greater Western Sydney and Essendon continue to lock horns in negotiations over Bobby Hill's desired move to Tullamarine, with Collingwood understood to be waiting to swoop should a deal fail to land.
Giants football boss Jason McCartney and Bombers list manager Adrian Dodoro are believed to have sparked conversations in regards to a deal, however the former believes a trade is becoming an unlikely outcome.
"Bobby and I have spoken and I've said it's highly unlikely to happen and he'd be welcome back at the club with no issues or concerns," McCartney told AFL.com.au.
Update provided on out-of-contract Eagle
The Eagles have looked to utilise the Trade Period to assess and gauge interest in the 22-year-old, with Carlton emerging as a keen suitor for the tall onballer.
Since Carlton's interest in Brander has cooled, there has been little development in the situation that surrounds the versatile Eagle.
North stand by asking price for contracted ruck
North have reportedly requested a future second-round pick in exchange for the ruckman, too steep a price for the Saints who are entering this year's draft shorthanded with just pick No.9 in the top 60.
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Eagles defender signs contract extension
The 22-year-old signs on until the end of the 2023 season, looking to add to his seven appearances in the blue and gold.