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Collingwood Magpies and Western Bulldogs dispute Adam Treloar’s $4.5 million AFL contract

Western Bulldogs star recruit Adam Treloar hasn’t enjoyed the clean break he wanted following a messy divorce with Collingwood earlier this month.

The Magpies ruthlessly offloaded the star midfielder during the AFL trade period despite five years remaining on his contract – and now they’re playing hardball with the Dogs.

Treloar signed a five-year deal worth $4.5 million with Collingwood in 2019 but he became the scapegoat of poor list management as the club desperately needed to shed the dollars bubbling over their salary cap.

The Dogs picked up the 27-year-old but now the clubs are squabbling over how much each will pay of Treloar’s salary.

The Pies were set to pay $300,000 every season over the next five years, according to SEN’s…

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