The AFL Players’ Association will investigate the conduct of Adam Treloar’s manager regarding the circumstances that led to the former Greater Western Sydney player’s hip operation.
The GWS Giants have written to the association, who is responsible for the conduct of player agents, asking them to examine the role played by Peter Blucher in arranging the secret operation.
“The players’ association has received a formal request from GWS to investigate the conduct of Adam Treloar’s agent in relation to a hip operation that was organised for Adam following advice that he received from an independent medical expert and Collingwood medicos,” Agent Accreditation Board chairman Ian Prendergast told News Corp Australia.
“We will now look into the matter further, as we do with all matters involving allegations regarding the professional standards of agents.”
Treloar was traded to Collingwood on Wednesday.