Greater Western Sydney Giants star Adam Treloar has dismissed speculation linking him to Collingwood, saying it was pure “nonsense”.
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The Victorian was linked with a move to the Magpies on Thursday, however 22-year-old suggested he was staying put at the expansion club.
“I did hear about that (Collingwood link) yesterday. But that’s just all speculation,” Treloar is quoted as saying by AAP.
“That’s just media doing what media does best in making stories up.
“Once it all gets settled down we can end that speculation because it’s all nonsense.
“I am very happy here. I love the Giants.”
Treloar and fellow star youngsters Dylan Shiel and Stephen Coniglio come out of contract at the end of 2015 and there would not be a shortage of potential suitors.
The Giants have started 2015 brightly after winning three of its four games, but face a tough challenge against West Coast on Saturday.
Leon Cameron’s side has never won in Perth, but have their best chance to break its duck against an Eagles side struggling with injuries.