Adam Treloar marks infront of Sydney's Jarrad McVeigh in round three. PIcture: Matt King/Getty Images AsiaPac.

Magpie move not on the agenda

Giants’ midfielder Adam Treloar has quashed rumours about a possible move to Collingwood in the off season.

Channel Nine’s The Footy Show broke the news on Thursday night that Treloar had been approached by Collingwood with a lucrative five year deal to leave the Giants.

However, the GWS youngster says he has not been approached by the Pies and that he is completely committed to helping the Giants succeed in the long term.

“I did hear about that yesterday,” Treloar said.

“And it’s the first I’ve heard of it.

“That’s just all speculation. That’s just the media doing what media does best in making stories up.

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“I am very happy here. I love the Giants. At the moment all I care about is playing footy. I’ve got a great management team who really look after me. They take care of all that stuff and I’m here to play footy.”

Treloar joins a host of young GWS stars out of contract, who will no doubt been looked at during the trade period.

Will Hoskin-Elliot, Dylan Shiel and Stephen Coniglio are all out of contract at season’s end.

The Giants take on West Coast at Domain Stadium on Saturday night.