Frawley looks likely to leave the Demons and has been heavily linked to Geelong, Hawthorn and Gold Coast.
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Melbourne Demons chief executive Peter Jackson has all but conceded All-Australian defender James Frawley will leave the club via free agency.
Frawley, who may have played his last game for the Demons on Saturday, has been linked to Hawthorn, Geelong and Gold Coast and can move to the club of his choice as he is a unrestricted free agent.
Jackson told Channel Nine he was resigned to losing the 25-year-old.
“He’s had an offer on the table for some time, quite a few weeks,” Jackson explained.
“So if that was acceptable to him I assume he would have accepted it by now.
“You can draw your own conclusions I guess. He says he hasn’t made up his mind and that might be genuine.
“I hope it is genuine, I hope he stays, but you would have thought he might have made up his mind by now.”
Jackson admitted the Demons would be disappointed to lose one of its brightest stars.
“Of course we are. That’s the problem with free agency,” he said.
“My understanding is the offer we’ve put on the table for him is not unreasonable compared to other offers he might have.
“He wouldn’t be going for significantly more money.”