MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - MAY 26: Callum Moore of the Tigers marks during the round 10 AFL match between the Richmond Tigers and the St Kilda Saints at Melbourne Cricket Ground on May 26, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

Richmond are poised to re-sign Connor Menadue and Callum Moore on one-year deals to remain at the club in 2019.

The pair are set to join Shai Bolton in recommitting to the Tigers for another season.

Menadue played five AFL games this year, while Moore played six.

The Tigers announced a new deal for Bolton today. 

The 19-year-old played three senior games this season and has shown glimpses of skills in his two seasons at the club.

Richmond General Manager of Football Neil Balme said the club was pleased to re-sign Bolton.

“We’re really pleased for Shai to sign on with us for next season, he’s a talented player and a good young man,” Balme told the Richmond website.

“With another full pre-season under his belt, we’re really excited for Shai to continue his development.”

Richmond are set to sign Tom Lynch once the free agency period opens on Friday, but could lose a few of their players to other clubs.

Reece Conca has been offered a four year deal from Fremantle, while Sam Lloyd is set to move to the Western Bulldogs.

Corey Ellis and Anthony Miles have been linked to the Gold Coast, while rookie Tyson Stengle is being hunted by Adelaide.

Premiership hero Jacob Townsend has been linked to St Kilda but wants to remain at Punt Road.

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