Jackson Trengove will be leaving Port Adelaide at the end of the season.
That is the opinion of Kane Cornes who believes it is time for the 26-year-old forward/ruckman to end his 8-year association with the Power.
Former Port star Cornes said on NAB AFL Trade Radio that he expects 2011 John Cahill Medallist Trengove to join reigning Premiers the Western Bulldogs this off-season.
Asked by Damian Barrett where Trengove will be in 2018, Cornes said: “It won’t be at Port Adelaide.
“He’s basically said that his time is up at Port Adelaide.
“The fact he’s been overlooked for a young player in Dougal Howard and the fact he missed the final against the Eagles means thats he’s gone.
“Everyone his saying the Western Bulldogs. I can see the link, I can see he fits there.
“A free agent (so) Port Adelaide won’t match the offer that comes their way and they’ll be more than happy to get a draft pick for him.
“Trengove’s time at the Power is up.”
Listen to the second instalment of NAB AFL Trade Radio for 2017 below: