Port Adelaide are set to land another big-name AFL recruit, with Geelong goalsneak Steven Motlop nominating them as his new home.
Motlop, 26, had been considering a major offer from the Adelaide Crows, and had twice met with the Gold Coast Suns, but confirmed on Friday he hoped to continue his career with the Power.
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The Power said they had lodged paperwork with the AFL, giving the Cats three days to consider whether they will match the offer for the restricted free agent. It's nearly certain the Cats won't do that.
The Power have been active players during the first week of the trade period, signing former Brisbane skipper Tom Rockliff as a free agent, while offloading Jarman Impey to Hawthorn and Jackson Trengove to the Western Bulldogs.
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Melbourne's Jack Watts is reportedly also a target for Ken Hinkley's team, while Matthew Lobbe could leave the club.
Motlop has played 135 games at Geelong since being drafted with pick 39 in the 2008 national draft.
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