As the dust settles on a spectacular 2023 season following Collingwood's thrilling clinching of the premiership, AFL clubs - including the Magpies - turn their attention to the off-season trade, free agency and draft space to begin their preparations for next year.

Clubs have been working on their list and recruiting plans since the early weeks of the season, and as we now near the business end of the player movement calendar the trade news, and rumours, only ramp up further.

We've looked at the confirmed and potential comings and goings for each club, as well as the draft hands of all 18 sides and the players still awaiting a contract for 2024.

Here is our ULTIMATE club-by-club AFL trade news and rumours guide for the off-season...



The Lions have been linked with defensive options Nick Coffield and Tom Doedee, the latter being a free agent that is unlikely to cost the grand finalists anything in return. Suns forward Mabior Chol could remain in Queensland via a move to his state rivals, however the Hawks, Roos and Crows have also been attached to the contracted forward. Deven Roberton is viewed to be more likely to remain in Brisbane than seek a move back home to WA despite his expiring contract.

Potential Targets: Tom Doedee, Nick Coffield, Mabior Chol
Potential Departures: 
Deven Robertson, Tom Fullarton
Confirmed Departures: Marcus Adams (retired), Daniel Rich (retired)
Draft Picks: 27, 46, 56, 62, 70, 92 (1390 points)
Still Unsigned: Nakia CockatooBlake ColemanTom FullartonRhys MathiesonDarryl McDowell-WhiteCarter MichaelDeven RobertsonDayne Zorko