Western Bulldogs defender Marcus Adams has requested a trade to the Brisbane Lions, according to AFL.com.au.
Collingwood had been linked to the 25-year-old, but it seems they’ve missed out on his services.
The Dogs have Adams under contract for two more years, but the report states it’s unlikely that will be a barrier in getting the deal done with the Lions.
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Former Essendon captain Tim Watson is unsure of Adams’ value on the open market.
“What is he worth? Is he a late third, early fourth round pick?” Watson told SEN Breakfast.
Garry Lyon is fascinated with Adams’ want to leave the Whitten Oval, with no reason being given yet by the West Australian.
Brisbane is set to undergo some major changes this offseason, with the club still heavily chasing Fremantle superstar Lachie Neale.
Adams has played just 27 games across three seasons, dealing with a number of foot and ankle issues.