Fremantle’s Adam Cerra – who was selected with the fifth pick in the 2017 AFL National Draft, could be on the trade table come seasons end, according to Western Australian reporter Tim Gossage.
Cerra is the only player from last year’s top 10 not to have signed a contract extension with their current club, which in Gossage’s eyes means he could be “absolutely gettable” during the trade period as the Dockers look to move up in the draft.
“Cerra’s an interesting one. He hasn’t signed his deal and wants to speak at the end of the year,” Gossage told SEN Mornings.
“I think he’s on the table. I think they’ve got to try and improve their draft position, I think they’ve got pick six then they drop away to about 70.
“He is absolutely gettable. They’re going to have to give up some real young talent to get something.
“Cerra’s in the mix and I think Ed Langdon is in the mix, he certainly would be a gettable talent.
“I think Fremantle have to be incredibly active and there might be some big names to leave for the future of the footy club.”
Cerra has played 13 games in his debut season, and averages 14 disposals and 3.1 tackles per game.