Jason Tutt is all set to join the Blues after officially delisting himself from the Bulldogs.
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Speedy forward Jason Tutt has cleared the way for a move to Carlton after delisting himself from the Western Bulldogs.
The out-of-contract player told the Bulldogs for the pre-season draft which will take place on December 3.
Tutt is set to join former teammate Liam Jones at Princes Park, with AFL.com.au reporting the Blues have offered the 23-year-old a two-year deal.
His desired move to Carlton fell through during the trade period, but it now seems the Blues will get their man.
Tutt played 26 games and kicked 22 goals in his time with the Bulldogs after he was taken at pick no.31 in the 2009 nationa draft.
He is set to become the fifth player to join Carlton this off-season, following the signings of Kristian Jaksch and Mark Whiley (GWS), Matthew Dick (Sydney Swans) and Jones.