Adam Saad is heading to Essendon after three seasons on the Gold Coast. Adam Saad is heading to Essendon after three seasons on the Gold Coast. ESSENDON has completed the second of its three high profile trade moves during this year's exchange period, finalising a deal for Gold Coast running defender Adam Saad. The Bombers parted with a future second-round draft pick in exchange for the 23-year-old Saad, who has requested a trade back to his native Victoria due to family reasons.
ESSENDON and Greater Western Sydney have agreed on a deal that would see Giant Devon Smith traded for Pick 11 and the Bombers receiving two second-round choices. Under the deal, which is understood to have been secured on Thursday, the Bombers will give up the prized Pick 11 for Smithm, but receive GWS' Pick 24 and a future second-round choice (2018) in return. GWS would also receive a later pick, probably Essendon's future (2018) third rounder.
Sources have confirmed that Martin has agreed to stay at Punt Road, signing a deal worth an estimated $1.2m to $1.3m a season â€” still well short of the massive seven-year $10.5m offer put to Martin by the Kangaroos. North had been bracing itself for the news that Martin had declined its offer to stick with Richmond. The Tigers were tight-lipped about Martin on Thursday, but a source indicated that it was â€œmoving in that directionâ€? of the star Tiger re-signing.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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