Her impending move to Queensland raised questions about whether Treloar would follow suit on a lucrative deal with the Suns. "I feel like we're in a great window. She will resume her career in 2021 with the Queensland Firebirds and, SEN reports, will move to Brisbane with her daughter. Round Table: Who is under the most pressure to make the Grand Final? Find out more about our policy and your choices, including how to opt-out. Who tops the "coaching pressure power rankings"? “I’d do pick five for Treloar. Round Table: Who has been the most disappointing player of 2020. The rumour mill went into a spin when Treloar's partner Kim Ravaillion signed a one-year deal to play with the Queensland Firebirds next season. Ravaillion played Super Netball for Collingwood as recently as 2019 but took this year off for the birth of her child with Treloar. “...I’ve got no doubt there are going to be challenges and there’ll be times where I’ll miss her dearly but I’m so very excited for the challenges ahead. "I feel like we're in a great window. Adam Treloar's manager has responded to inquiries about the star mid's future. “I’m sitting here tonight thinking Adam Treloar may have played his last game for Collingwood.”. Treloar, who has played 94 games for the Magpies after starting his career in Greater Western Sydney, was linked to a move to the Gold Coast Suns 12 months ago but it never eventuated. "I'm a contracted player at Collingwood, and there's a reason why I moved to Victoria to play for Collingwood. The rumour mill went into a spin when Treloar's partner Kim Ravaillion signed a one-year deal to play with the Queensland Firebirds next season. We chose to have a child, and she sacrificed her body for that. The rumour mill went into a spin when Treloar's partner Kim Ravaillion signed a one-year deal to play with the Queensland Firebirds next season. Dew said a player of Treloar's ability and experience would fit well in the Suns' list build, but said the club would be particular with their trade targets to complement a young, talented group that includes gun forward Ben King, smooth-kicking defender Jack Lukosius and last year's No.1 pick, powerful midfielder Matt Rowell. ", Nat Edwards with all the latest Grand Final news, Damian Barrett and Callum Twomey with all the latest Grand Final and trade news, Cats fans get THAT finals feeling as Gary Ablett kicks one of his iconic running…, Port Adelaide coach Ken Hinkley has been recognised for his superb season, Brad Ebert has already agreed to pass on his jumper number for next season, Check out the eight-part series exploring the flag journeys of the AFL champions from…, Access All Areas discusses how Geelong will match up on Dustin Martin, and why…, Patrick Dangerfield has no concerns with the health of star teammate, This content is unavailable in your region. Five would hopefully replace Treloar. But Treloar's manager Tim Hazell was quick to put to bed any speculation. "We've got pick five to six in the draft and that's something that we would be open to trading if one of those types of players (became available)," Dew said. But Treloar's manager Tim Hazell has said the midfielder, who is contracted with Collingwood until 2025, will be staying at the Magpies.