This opens the door for many clubs hoping to sign him away from the Dockers as his contract ends at the close of the season.
The Dockers previously pitched a long-term deal to the 23-year-old but he asked that discussions get pushed back until mid-season. Now mid-season, he doubled down and asked to push the discussions back till the end of the season.
Collingwood re-signed his brother, Tom, through the 2021 season and are “keeping an eye on [Ed Langdon’s] movements”.
Sources predict that he would command $500-550,000 per season on the open market.
Langdon is averaging 24.5 disposals a game on 13 matches this season will his club sitting just inside the eight and playing the bottom-placed Carlton this round.