GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 02: Tom Lynch of the Crows looks on during the 2017 AFL round 11 match between the Geelong Cats and the Adelaide Crows at Simonds Stadium on June 02, 2017 in Geelong, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Media/Getty Images)

Former Richmond coach and media personality Danny Frawley has revealed two big trade updates surrounding the Collingwood Football Club.

Frawley, speaking on AFL Nation’s pre-game show before the Sydney vs. Carlton clash on Friday night, understands the Pies are in a strong position to lure Tom Lynch to the Holden Centre next season, although it may not be the Gold Coast co-captain.

“I can tell you right now, it could be Tom Lynch either or for Collingwood,” Frawley said.

“I think they will get a Tom Lynch.”

The former St Kilda defender also updated Pies fans on the future of Darcy Moore, and it currently looks like the swingman could be heading out the door at season’s end.

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“Sydney are very, very confident right now that they’ve got Darcy Moore over the line,” Frawley added.

“They’re very confident.

“It can’t be a done deal, but we all know when a player’s out of contract and they don’t say anything, the greater chance they are of going.”

Moore has kicked 61 goals in 51 games for Collingwood, but has only played four matches this season as hamstring injuries have interrupted his run.