Collingwood and Adelaide have secured a trade that sees versatile Crows tall Billy Frampton officially join the Magpies.
Frampton joins the third AFL club of his career, having been drafted to Port Adelaide in 2014 before joining the Crows after five years at Alberton.
The 25-year-old brings with him 24 games of experience, with 21 of those AFL appearances coming as a Crow in the past three years. Frampton is seen as a defensive depth option for Collingwood who can also be swung forward if needed.
The Magpies have given up a future third-round selection in exchange for Frampton's services, with that selection adding to Adelaide's draft hand for 2023.
Both Collingwood and Adelaide are set to continue with a number of other deals before Wednesday night's trade period deadline, with the Magpies still looking to add to their list of recruits in 2022.
Frampton joins Dan McStay and Bobby Hill in donning the black and white, while Hawk Tom Mitchell and Sun Brayden Fiorini have also been linked to the Magpies.
The Crows have brought in Gold Coast gun Izak Rankine, who looms as Adelaide's top and only target.