MELBOURNE, VICTORIA - SEPTEMBER 29: Adam Treloar of the Magpies looks dejected after the 2018 AFL Grand Final match between the Collingwood Magpies and the West Coast Eagles at Melbourne Cricket Ground on September 29, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Ryan Pierse/AFL Media/Getty Images)

SEN reporter Sam Edmund has suggested the futures of Collingwood duo Adam Treloar and Brody Mihocek remain unclear as neither pair have been reassured of their position with the Magpies.

Despite Treloar revealing his desire to remain at the Holden Centre for 2021, Edmund reports that Collingwood have not comforted their star onballer in speaking on his future.

“He hasn’t been told that he’s going to be traded but he hasn’t been reassured either,” Edmund told SEN’s Whateley.

While the Magpies battle with a tight salary cap budget, its believed opposition clubs may be turned off from Treloar’s monster contract.

“He’s contracted until 2025 and my understanding is it’s more than $800,000 a season for the next four years, not many suitors could absorb that sort of contract.

“According to many from the outside looking in, Collingwood would have to contribute (to paying his salary) if they wanted to trade Adam Treloar.”

Edmund further suggested that Mihocek’s contract negotiations with the Magpies were no closer to an agreement.

“I’m told (Brody Mihocek) is no closer to re-signing either,” he said.

“There’s very much a watch this space when it comes to Collingwood.”

Collingwood recently re-signed star defender Darcy Moore, Wingman Josh Daicos and Mark Keane on new two-year deals, while gun forward Jordan De Goey is yet to commit to the club.