Collingwood midfielder Brayden Sier has signed a fresh contract extension, reports AFL.com.au’s Mitch Cleary.
Sier was without a contract for 2020 but the Magpies have moved to lock the 21-year-old away for the next two years.
He was restricted to just six games this season due to a calf injury and was fined $5000 for playing in a local basketball match under the name ‘Phill Inn’.
Sier emerged as a key member during Collingwood’s run to the 2018 Grand Final.
“I’m told today that he (Sier) has signed a two-year extension at the Pies,” Cleary told Telstra AFL Trade Radio.
“He might have been pushed back a bit with his basketball incident playing under a fake pseudonym at the local level as ‘Phill Inn’, but he is staying at the Collingwood Football Club.
“A tick for them, they’ve got that one over the line.”
Collingwood will also hope to re-sign the likes of Brodie Grundy, Jordan de Goey,
Darcy Moore and Scott Pendlebury who all come out of contract next year.
Sier has managed 18 games in two seasons at the Holden Centre.