2020 Marsh Community Series - Adelaide v Gold Coast
ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 06: Brad Crouch of the Crows is tackled by Lachie Weller of the Suns during the 2020 Marsh Community Series match between the Adelaide Crows and the Gold Coast Suns at Flinders University Stadium on March 06, 2020 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by AFL Photos)

A move to Geelong is likely on the cards for out-of-contract star Crow Brad Crouch.

Crouch’s seven-year stint with the Crows comes to an end of this year, which will see him become a restricted free agent.

Herald Sun reporter Jon Ralph believes the 26-year-old could join former teammate Patrick Dangerfield at Geelong during the off-season, even if Crouch isn’t keen on leaving Adelaide.

“Everything right now points to him getting to the Geelong Football Club as a free agent,” Ralph told Fox Sports News.

“His manager Garry Winter will be fielding offers from multiple clubs in the next few days.

“The suggestion is though, with Patrick Dangerfield lobbying that he would love this player on his team, that is a deal very likely done,” he said.

“I spoke to Mark Bickley, the former Adelaide captain, he has Crouch on his FIVEaa radio show every week and he said Crouch would probably prefer to stay at Adelaide… but as he said, he doesn’t want to be in a big city, he doesn’t want to be within Melbourne or Sydney, he’d much prefer a smaller place like Geelong,” Ralph said.