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The Giants superstar is among the club’s top three names linked to potential trade exits.

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GWS superstar Toby Green and teammates Lachie Whitfield and Nick Haynes have been linked in surprising trade reports with the week-long trade window.

Seven claimed that few rival clubs believed Green was “disappointed” with the imminent or confirmed departures of midfield mates Jacob Hopper and Tim Tarrant to Richmond.

“Toby Greene’s name came today, Star Giant. I think a few clubs feel he’s a bit disappointed that Hopper and Tarantje have both gone or will go to the Tigers. said Tom Brown.

However, Brown immediately added this: “I consulted with sources directly connected to Green this evening, there is no trade prospect during this period, there is no trade prospect for Green.

“He has four years on a deal worth more than a million dollars a year, and he’s also the Giants’ coveted co-captain.”

Meanwhile This is reported by AFL Media The Giants are “open to discussions” about letting Lachie Whitfield and Nick Haynes leave the club.

The moves will be part of their ongoing efforts to address salary cap issues that have been fueled by huge deals for players like Green, Whitfield and Haynes and the annual introduction of high-profile prospects who need to be paid well. from their rookie contracts.

Whitfield is under contract until the end of 2027, while Haynes is under contract for two more years.

It was reported earlier this year by Green, Whitfield, Stephen Caniglio and Josh Kelly “take the better part” of $4 million from the $13.5 million salary capwhile the re-signing of Haynes and Hopper and Tarantje would bring the seven-player total to about $6.5 million.

SEN’s Sam Edmund reported on Trade Radio on Wednesday “in an ideal world, I think GWS would like to move Nick Haines as part of their reset”.

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