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Midfielder open to a trade out of Richmond


Jack Graham is open to a trade out of Richmond if a rival club tables the right offer.

The imminent arrival of GWS pair Jacob Hopper and Tim Taranto has been the catalyst for as many as five rival clubs to express their interest in Graham.

Graham, 24, has one more year to run on a contract and is far more likely to stay at Punt Road as the Tigers look to strengthen their midfield rather than tread water in that position.

But Graham spent large portions of games this year on a half-forward flank despite the Tigers’ skinny midfield and is said to be gettable if another club puts its cards on the table with an attractive offer.

Richmond would surely dig in to hold a player who is considered a captaincy candidate in the future.

The South Australian has won two premierships at Richmond (2017 and 2020) and was runner-up in last year’s Jack Dyer Medal.

Graham in 2020 signed a three-year contract to stay in yellow and black after weighing up interest from the likes of Carlton and Adelaide.

The Crows’ crosstown rivals Port Adelaide remain in the market for an established onballer after missing out on Josh Dunkley.

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