The 31-year-old was one of the feel good stories of the 2018 finals series as he made his return to the Magpies team six months after rupturing his ACL.
Despite being a fan favourite and performing admirably upon his return from injury, Goldsack is no certainty to receive a new one-year deal, according to his manager Anthony McConville.
“There is nothing in concrete at this time and I am not sure where that is going to land. I don’t know where Collingwood sits there and there are a lot of moving parts,: McConville told the Herald Sun.
“I don’t know the specifics other than I don’t have anything positive from them at this point.”
Darcy Moore is set to sign a new two-year contract at the Magpies, while Tom Langdon has also agreed a new two year deal, which will be announced in coming days.
Lynden Dunn has also agreed to terms for a new one-year deal, while Brody Mihocek has a two-year deal in front of him but with a modest financial return.