We are in four teams and the foolish season is about to rise.
A Tiger premiership is arousing a lot of interest, while a Victorian Giant could finally be lured home next month.
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PRESENTS THE INTEREST OF THE TIGER PREMIERSHIP REGISTER
Another club participated in the race for Richmond's premier Brandon Ellis wing.
Carlton had chased Ellis fiercely for most of the season before losing interest recently.
Gold Coast has been tied to him for a long time and reportedly presented the longest offer.
But now Herald Sun has reported that Essendon is now on the hunt to acquire the Tiger star.
It is understood that the Suns have made a four-year offer before Ellis, but the Victorian would prefer to stay in Melbourne if a club could come to an agreement.
Ellis played 21 games for Damien Hardwick's team in 2019.
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SET OF Unknown Swans for VICTORIA MOVE
Sydney ruckman Darcy Cameron has been linked to a move at Collingwood.
Herald Sun reported that the 24-year-old, who has only played a game for the Swans, is about to move next month, with Carlton and North Melbourne showing interest.
This year Cameron has played 11 games in the NEAFL and has shown he can play both forward and ruck.
The Magpies could have the best ruckman in the AFL right now in two-time Australian Brodie Grundy, but they don't have many other options with Mason Cox providing a key striker at times, while Max Lynch has yet to make his debut.
THE GREAT GIANT FINALLY RETURNS HOME?
Adam Tomlinson is always tied to a return to Victoria during this time of year, but this year seems to be an event.
The versatile high is back alongside Leon Cameron over the weekend after being dropped for the first final.
Melbourne appears to be leading the race to acquire Tomlinson, with St Kilda again tied to him, although the Saints have other things at stake right now.
Tomlinson has been a permanent member of Leon Cameron's team for the past three years, but with Lachie Whitfield and Jeremy Cameron without a contract at the end of next year, the Giants may need to save some money for them.
THE "LOWBALL" OFFER CAN SEE # LEAVE DEMONS
Melbourne's key defender, Sam Frost, looks set to move again in this commercial period.
Reportedly, the demons have brought the former giant to its knees and North Melbourne has asked about its services.
With Jake Lever and Steven May spending big pieces of 2019 outside the door, Frost produced his best ever AFL season, playing all 22 games on Simon Goodwin's team.
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