Collingwood star Adam Treloar won’t be moving north after the midfielder’s partner Kim Ravaillion signed a 10-month contract to join the Queensland Firebirds.
Treloar’s manager, Tim Hazell, was sounded out by the Gold Coast Suns with Ravaillion set to resume her netball career with the Brisbane-based Suncorp Super side next year, as reported by SEN’s Sam Edmund on Monday.
Hazell hosed down speculation linking Treloar with a move to the Suns this off-season.
“He is not going anywhere,” Hazell told The Herald Sun.
“He is respectful of Kimmy’s career, he is excited by the opportunity and it’s a one-year contract and they will manage.
“He moved to Collingwood to play for Collingwood and that’s it. Gold Coast has spoken to me, but we made clear his future is at Collingwood.
“Collingwood were kept in the loop with Kimmy signing with the Firebirds and they are very supportive of the situation.
“They are professional athletes with a small window.
“She started at the Firebirds, moved to Collingwood and now she has the opportunity to go back and finish her career at the Firebirds and they are both just super excited by the opportunity.”
Treloar, 27, is contracted to the Magpies until the end of 2025.