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Deals completed so far in trade period 2021. If more deals are completed and confirmed today we will add them to the list.

1. Essendon signed Unrestricted Free Agent Jake Kelly (Adelaide Crows) on Friday October 1.

Based on the player’s age and the contract offer, the AFL advised the Adelaide Crows the club would be eligible for a Round Three compensation selection, which would be number 44 on the current provisional draft selection order.

2. The Gold Coast SUNS signed Unrestricted Free Agent Mabior Chol (Richmond) on Friday October 1.

Based on the player’s age and the contract offer, the AFL advised Richmond the club would be eligible for an End of Round Two compensation selection, which would be number 38 on the current provisional draft selection order.

Richmond’s Mabior Chol has moved to Gold Coast as a free agent.Credit:Getty Images

3. Carlton made an offer to Restricted Free Agent George Hewett (Sydney Swans) on Friday October 1. The Sydney Swans elected not to match the offer on Saturday October 2 and Hewett is now able to join Carlton immediately.

Based on the player’s age and the contract offer, the AFL advised the Sydney Swans the club would be eligible for an End of Round Two compensation selection, which would be number 39 on the current provisional draft selection order.

4. Collingwood trade its Future Round Two Selection, Future Round Three Selection and Future Round Four Selection to the Gold Coast SUNS for its Round Two (22), Round Three (46), Round Three (58), Round Five (79) and Future Round Four Selection.

5. Collingwood trade its Round Three Selection (41) to the Geelong Cats for Nathan Kreuger and its Round Three Selection (55).

6. Port Adelaide trade its Future Round Three Selection to the GWS GIANTS for Jeremy Finlayson.

7. Melbourne signed Unrestricted Free Agent Luke Dunstan (St Kilda) on Wednesday October 6.

8. In a four-way trade, Melbourne trade its Round Three Selection (45) to the Western Bulldogs for its Round One Selection (17),
St Kilda trade its Round Three Selection (49) to Melbourne.
The Adelaide Crows trade its Round Two Selection (37) to Melbourne for its Round Two Selection (33) and a future Round One Selection.
The Adelaide Crows trade its Round Four selections (62, 66) and a future Round Four Selection to St Kilda.
The Adelaide Crows trade its Round Two selection (23) and Round Three Selection (44) to the Western Bulldogs for its Round Four Selection (75).


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