BALLARAT, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 25: Brad Crouch of the Crows gathers the ball during the round 23 AFL match between the Western Bulldogs and the Adelaide Crows at Mars Stadium on August 25, 2019 in Ballarat, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

Damian Barrett says the Suns may go in for Brad Crouch one last time before the trade period ends.

Crouch currently has one year to run on his deal, and has been linked away from Adelaide throughout the trade period, and Barrett believes his future may not be sealed at the Crows just yet.

“Now that they’ve got Ben King to settle, they’ve at least got public commitments from Matt Rowell and Noah Anderson that they’re more than happy to go to the Suns,” Barrett told Telstra AFL Trade Radio.

“It would be a significant part and a significant play of the 2019 trade period if they could then get someone of Brad Crouch’s note to the club late.

“To me, they’ve put a fair bit of work into it – in fact a lot of work into it. They’re ready it’s just whether they want to pull the trigger in that haze and pressure of tomorrow near deadline.”

Matthew Lloyd was with Barrett on Trade Radio on Tuesday morning, and suggested the Suns should have a serious crack at Crouch, suggesting he would round off a brilliant trade period for the club.

“Listen to this five: Matt Rowell, Noah Anderson, Brad Crouch, Hugh Greenwood and Brandon Eliis – it would just be five fantastic players to come in and it would be great for the competition,” Lloyd added.