Mitch Robinson looks set to sign a two-year deal with the Lions, despite meeting with Richmond yesterday.
Carlton hard man Mitch Robinson looks set to join the Brisbane Lions after he was reportedly offered a two-year deal by the club.
Richmond looked in pole position to sign the 25-year-old, however he now looks likely to head interstate and take up a more lucrative deal with the Lions.
Robinson’s manager Tim Hazell refused to confirm to the Herald Sun that his client has inked a deal with the Lions as of yet, however.
“Both meetings were successful and we’ve just got to weigh up what’s best for Robbo and his family and lifestyle opportunities,” Hazell said.
“Richmond were extremely professional. They put an offer to Robbo and so has Brisbane and we’ve just got to decide which suits him best.”
However, it is believed the Lions are all but certain to pick up Robinson when the delisted free agency period begins on Saturday.