Greater Western Sydney midfielder Adam Treloar is on the radar of a trio of Victorian clubs who are reportedly putting together multi-million-dollar deals to lure the AFL star down south.
The out-of-contract Giant is a prime target for North Melbourne, Richmond and Collingwood, who are all desperate to secure the signature of the rising 22-year-old star.
The Magpies have offered Treloar a five-year deal worth between $700,000 and $750,000 per season, according to Newscorp Australia.
Bumper long-term deals are also on the table from the Roos and Tigers after they failed to secure Swan Daniel Hanneberry.
Treloar, from the Dandenong Stingrays, finished fourth in the Giants’ best and fairest last season but the club have little room to move under a tight salary cap.