According to The Herald Sun’s Eliza Reilly, the 21-year-old is in no hurry to sign a new deal with the Western Australian club, with Victorian sides likely to be interested in luring Cerra home.
Cerra will be out-of-contract at the end of the season and will be in high demand after a strong 2020 campaign with the Dockers, averaging 17.35 disposals and 3.76 tackles per game.
Still can't get over how insane this was from Adam Cerra 😵
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It is understood that Cerra is likely to wait until the 2021 season is underway to make a decision on his future, while Fremantle list boss David Walls has already begun discussions with the midfielder’s management.
The versatile onballer is reportedly keen to hold a midfield spot under Justin Longmuir as captain Nat Fyfe and fellow 2017 first-round pick Andrew Brayshaw continue to star for the Dockers.
Brayshaw signed a new four-year deal with Fremantle in December last year, with he and Cerra both finishing equal third in the club’s 2020 Doig Medal count.