The Pies face a big task in retaining players like Mihocek, who has been one of their best finds at the draft table in recent years, kicking 82 goals from 54 matches since his debut as a rookie-listed player in 2018.
— Swamp (@sirswampthing) August 23, 2019
His manager Anthony McConville told the Herald Sun that it might be a while until the pair find common ground.
“It has been slow going so we are still working with Collingwood and it might take a little time,” he said.
“Hopefully we will be able to get there and if not we will see.”
Former Melbourne great Garry Lyon has said on his SEN breakfast show that his old club should make a play for him.
“I love Brody Mihocek, I love the way he plays, I love that he’s honest and consistent, works hard and pushes back, hits the scoreboard,” he said.
“He (Sam Weideman) needs a bit of support through there, so I would ask the question about Brody Mihocek, my very word I would.
“I would make a little polite enquiry to his manager.”