Greater Western Sydney star Jeremy Cameron has rejected a seven-year deal from the Adelaide Crows to remain at the expansion club.
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According to AAP, Cameron has agreed to a five-year deal worth $4 million.
The Crows’ offer to Cameron was believed to be more lucrative, however the 21-year-old said remaining at the Giants was an easy decision.
“This was probably an easier decision than my first contract,” Cameron said in a club statement.
“If you go home you are basically walking out when things are starting to turn.
“I can see a lot of success coming up here. I think there is a really good vibe around the club. Everyone knows where we’re going and what we want to do.
“We know we’re going in the right direction. We all want to stick together and have that success.”
Cameron has led the Giants’ goal-kicking in all three of their AFL seasons so far and became the first player from the club to make the All-Australian side back in 2013.
The Victorian has played 51 games at the Giants, kicking 120 goals.