AFL trade period 2021 LIVE updates Day 2: All eyes on Carlton and Adam Cerra

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  • Tigers and North apart in Coleman-Jones trade talks
  • Dockers and Cats at impasse over Clark, Young keen on Carlton
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Tigers and North apart in Coleman-Jones trade talks

North Melbourne offered a slide of draft picks in the late rounds next year in an ambit opening bid for Richmond’s ruck forward Callum Coleman-Jones.

On the first day of trade period, North made an initial offer of their third round pick next year for Coleman-Jones, but they want Richmond’s fourth round pick back as well as part of the deal for the player.

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Callum Coleman-Jones is set to join North MelbourneCredit:Getty Images

Dockers and Cats at impasse over Clark, Young keen on Carlton

Fremantle and Geelong are at an impasse over a deal for speedster Jordan Clark.

Clark, the No. 15 draft pick in 2018, fell out of favour at the Cats after an impressive first season in 2019 and is keen to return to his native Western Australia and play for the Dockers.

Elsewhere, Carlton are set to land a third rival player over the trade/free agency period after fringe Western Bulldogs tall Lewis Young requested a trade to the Blues.

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Jordan Clark in action during round three. Credit:Getty Images

Completed deals

1. Jake Kelly (Adelaide) joined Essendon as an unrestricted free agent. Adelaide received pick 42 (AFL) as compensation.
2. Mabior Chol (Richmond) joined Gold Coast as an unrestricted free agent. Richmond received pick 38 (AFL) as compensation.
3. George Hewett (Sydney) joined Carlton as a restricted free agent. Sydney received pick 39 (AFL) as compensation.
4. Collingwood traded a future second-round pick, a future third-round pick and a future fourth-round pick to Gold Coast in exchange for picks 22, 46, 58, 79 and a future fourth-round pick.

Former Adelaide defender Jake Kelly has joined Essendon.Credit:Getty Images

Greetings, everybody

Hello everyone, and welcome to our live coverage of the second day of the 2021 AFL trade period.

It’s also the fifth day of the league’s overall exchange period, with free agency having begun last Friday.

So far, only three players have changed clubs, which means a whole host of footballers are still yet to arrive at their destinations of choice.

The most publicised name of that group is Fremantle midfielder Adam Cerra, who wants to play with Carlton next season.

Fremantle star Adam Cerra.Credit:Getty Images

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