Another key forward who the Giants are emerging as favourites to secure is Jesse Hogan, with Fremantle willing to pay some of his 2021 salary to get him out. Big men Joel Amartey and Michael Knoll will be looking over their shoulders, while there may not be enough room to fit all of Ben Ronke, Zac Foot and Sam Wicks. Talented young winger Josh Daicos and Irish defender Mark Keane also committed to the Magpies until the end of the 2022 season. Untried tall Matthew Allen signed on for another season on Monday and a new one-year contract should be completed this week for former Power midfielder Ah Chee. Ling finally broke through for his senior debut after a wretched run before that, and Sydney will want to retain him after being patient. Mark Hutchings quietly re-committed until 2021 earlier in the season and has a trigger that could extend his contract by a further year. Ablett remains committed to retiring at season's end, but this year's Coleman medallist, Hawkins, is nearing a new agreement. Braydon Preuss will make the move from Melbourne to GWS in a boost to their depleted ruck stocks. Howe and Greaves are on track for fresh deals – possibly just for next season – but may have to wait a bit, along with the likes of Jones, Moore, Hanrahan, Jiath, Walker and Koschitzke because of the hold-up on list sizes. Promising midfielder Luke Valente won't be returning home to South Australia, having committed to a two-year extension. Robertson's played only four senior matches this year and has interest from multiple clubs if he elects to seek greater opportunity. After an outstanding debut season, Billy Gowers’ contract expires and his future is uncertain, though it remains to be seen if any clubs have an interest in the forward. Another player that has been thrust into trade talk is contracted forward Jaidyn Stephenson, who has struggled after bursting onto the scene to start his career. Corr will join the Roos. With all these names coming in, the senior opportunities for several up-and-comers get even tougher to earn. Eggmolesse-Smith, Menadue, Moore, Naish and Soldo will have varying confidence of staying on, but Townsend and Weller may be up against it. Hawthorn veteran Isaac Smith kicks his second goal and puts his side in front, Out of contract: Toby Bedford, Mitch Brown, Kade Chandler, Mitch Hannan, Michael Hibberd, Marty Hore, Jayden Hunt, Nathan Jones, James Jordon, Jay Lockhart, Oscar McDonald, Aaron Nietschke, Charlie Spargo, Jack Viney. Have shown interest in Sydney’s Aliir Aliir, who theoretically could come in and replace Justin Westhoff. Out of contract: Kade Chandler, Kyle Dunkley, Sam Frost, Jeff Garlett, Declan Keilty, Jay Kennedy Harris, Jay Lockhart, Nathan Jones, Tim Smith, Billy Stretch, Corey Wagner. The Saints took 23 contested marks in their elimination final win to send the Dogs packing and they need someone to help out in defence or allow Tim English to move forward at times. However, you can still subscribe via the Apple App Store or the Google Play. The Kangaroos are as organised as any club in regards to their out-of-contract players this year, fresh from a string of re-signings last week. Bosenavulagi showed promise this season and is hopeful of a new deal, while there are some unsigned veterans who could be touch and go. Andrew McGrath and Kyle Langford won't be going anywhere after signing new deals, while they'll be keen to hang onto Marty Gleeson. There will be plenty of Hawks nervously waiting for the AFL's final decision on list sizes. The Giants won't offer Heath Shaw a contract for next year, but he's keen to play elsewhere. Unsigned: Cameron Hewett, Peter Ladhams, Trent McKenzie, Jack Trengove. Collingwood re-signs Darcy Moore through to end of 2022 AFL season Posted 42 m minutes ago Fri Friday 16 Oct October 2020 at 6:16am Darcy Moore has extended his Magpies contract through to … Gold Coast were rumoured to be interested in Nathan Broad, that's since cooled. Parfitt won’t be going anywhere, but Esava Ratugolea is a chance to find a new home at the Giants despite being contracted for another year yet. Player. Brad Crouch is the most sigificant one for the Crows though he looks set to join St Kilda, while Kyle Hartigan is Hawthorn-bound. Toby Nankervis was also attracting interest but re-signed with the Tigers. Easton Wood has agreed to a two-year deal, but it's yet to be officially announced. Unlikely to do much this offseason – their list of notable out of contract players is relatively small. Wills will have to wait again, like he did last year. Birchall, Burgoyne and Puopolo are among those yet to publicly confirm their futures, as well as in-form winger Henderson. Jong and Khamis have both changed management groups as they weigh up their future. There are some eye-catching Saints still without a deal. MORE: All the latest news and rumours on every player and club. Out of contract: Mark Baguley, Mitch Brown, Zac Clarke, Matt Dea, Aaron Francis, Matt Guelfi, Michael Hartley, Jordan Houlahan, Tom Jok, Jake Long, Anthony McDonald-Tipungwuti, Ben McNiece, Trent Mynott, Mason Redman, Will Snelling. 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