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Star Lions Midfielder Weighs Offers, Eagles Midfielder Receives Interest, Cats Defender in Contract Talks, and More AFL Contract Rumblings

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Star midfielder Hugh McCluggage from the Brisbane Lions is pondering contract offers amidst significant interest from rival teams. With a six-year deal on the table from Brisbane taking him through to the end of 2030, McCluggage’s decision looms large as a top free agent in the AFL.

Meanwhile, West Coast Eagles’ Elliot Yeo finds himself as the center of attention from multiple clubs thanks to his strong form in 2024. As an unrestricted free agent, Yeo’s stellar performances have piqued the interest of several rivals.

Geelong Cats have initiated discussions for a fresh contract with premiership player Jack Henry, aiming to secure the key defender amid increasing competition in the free agency market. The Cats have been eyeing deals for key players, having recently locked in Max Holmes to a four-year extension.

St Kilda‘s wingman Bradley Hill is engaged in talks for a contract extension that could see him stay on at Moorabbin, hinting at a potential renewal beyond his current six-year deal with the Saints.

Gold Coast Suns’ ruckman Ned Moyle continues to attract attention from other teams, keeping his decision on hold while vying for a spot in the senior team. Despite limited AFL appearances, Moyle’s dominance in the VFL has made him a sought-after prospect.

Injury setbacks cast a shadow over Sam Sofronidis’ Mid-Season Rookie Draft prospects, as a foot stress fracture sidelines the defender. On a more positive note, former St Kilda player Dan McKenzie shows promise for an AFL return, impressing in recent VFL games.

Greater Western Sydney Giants have welcomed seasoned recruiter Wayne McCraw to their ranks this week, enhancing their talent acquisition capabilities. McCraw’s vast experience, particularly at the Western Bulldogs, adds depth to the Giants’ recruiting team.

The AFL is deliberating the potential implementation of a mid-season trade period for 2025, with CEO Andrew Dillon emphasizing the importance of carefully considering all implications before making a decision. Clubs and players alike await clarity on the League’s stance regarding this significant change.

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