Bombers put big-name Swans on emporium list

But a check in a Daniher understanding is holding adult a mega four-way trade.

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Essendon is seeking Sydney for a “captain’s bounty” in sell for Joe Daniher as trade talks surrounding a Bombers star brazen ramp up, according to mixed media outlets.

Daniher, who’s engaged to a Bombers for 2020, final weekend requested a trade to a Swans. But a twin clubs have nonetheless to come to an agreement on an gentle understanding for a 25-year-old.

Essendon is penetrating to have a Swans actor enclosed as partial of a probable Daniher deal.

Both a Herald Sun and The Age reported on Saturday night that Essendon had inquired about a probability of appropriation engaged immature gun forwards Isaac Heeney and Nick Blakey.

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Then Channel 7’s Tom Browne reported a Bombers had thrown adult other Swans actor names, including co-captain and twin best and fairest Luke Parker, as they sought a “captain’s bounty” from Sydney.

“Discussions over Daniher have ramped adult serve today,” Browne told 7 News Melbourne.

“Essendon want, I’m told, Luke Parker, who is a Swans’ captain. Sydney clearly wouldn’t give him adult — that’d hurt a side.

“Heeney, (Callum) Mills, (Ollie) Florent are also on a Bombers’ ravisher I’m told.

“The Bombers would also wish picks, including a first-rounder.”

Browne combined Essendon remained prepared to keep Daniher on a list if no suitable understanding could get done.


The Daniher understanding delay, however, is also holding adult an array of other moves that quite hinders St Kilda, according to Browne.

Browne told Channel 7 that Sydney and Essendon’s inability to strike a understanding for Daniher was hence loitering a four-way apart understanding involving Port Adelaide, Western Bulldogs, Sydney and St Kilda.

That understanding would see Zak Jones, Dougal Howard and Paddy Ryder all get to St Kilda, while Josh Bruce would land during a Bulldogs.

Tensions on a rise

AFL: St Kilda reportedly walked out of a trade assembly with Fremantle over Brad Hill only mins after it started. Tensions continue to arise between a twin clubs over a trade.

On tip of a aforementioned trio, a Saints also have to find a approach to secure a understanding with Fremantle for Bradley Hill, while Tiger Dan Butler also wants to come to Moorabbin.

The Saints reason Picks 12 and 18. Sydney wants a collect in a 20s for Jones, a Bulldogs trust their Pick 32 is satisfactory for Bruce and a Cats are demure to partial with Pick 37 in sell for engaged Saint Jack Steven.

Most of a Swans’ concentration during a impulse is on alighting Daniher, definition discussions with Carlton over Tom Papley were doubtful to resume until Monday.