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Treloar nominates Collingwood

Adam Treloar at his best Watch as Greater Western Sydney's Adam Treloar finishes with 28 touches and three goals in the 81-point win over Carlton.
Collingwood has been informed of Adam Treloar’s decision to nominate the club as his preferred new football home.

Collingwood has been informed of Adam Treloar’s decision to nominate the club as his preferred new football home.

Collingwood General Manager of List Management, Derek Hine, said the possibility of acquiring one of the competition’s most prolific young midfielders was exciting.

“Naturally, we’re thrilled that Adam has decided Collingwood is where he would like the rest of his career to unfold,” Hine said.

“He would fit into any team but at 22 years of age he is on the cusp of his best years, which is where we see the majority of our list is at. In that regard he is a wonderful fit.

“We will now work with Greater Western Sydney and Adam’s agent at Vivid Sport Management, Peter Blucher, to come to an arrangement.”

Until such time as a trade is agreed, Collingwood will make no further comment.

Who is Adam Treloar?

Games: 79
Goals: 48
Height: 182cm
Weight: 84kg
Recruited from: Noble Park/ Dandenong U18

Background: A skillful right-footed midfielder who joined Greater Western Sydney as an underage recruit in 2011, Treloar has quickly established himself as one of the league's newest club's most talented young prospects. He originally hails from Noble Park, the same club Darren Millane once called home. Still only 22, Treloar is one of just three players to average more than 25 disposals per game whilst having less than 75 games and 23 years to their name. The other players? Robert Harvey and Joel Selwood.