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NORTH Melbourne is poised to start contract negotiations with promising midfielder Paul Ahern following his smooth transition into AFL football.
The former Giant, the No.7 NAB AFL Draft pick in 2014, had to wait until his fourth AFL season to make his senior debut after his recovery from two knee reconstructions seven months apart in 2016.
Ahern is one of 17 Kangaroos, headlined by Luke McDonald, Ben Jacobs, Jed Anderson, Jarrad Waite and unrestricted free agents Scott Thompson and Sam Wright, yet to lock in their futures beyond this season.
AFL.com.au understands North's football boss Cameron Joyce has informed player managers he is keen to hold off in most cases as the Roos hunt a big-name recruit.
Well that’s a shit sandwich. I’d be upset to lose either of them. Completely fricken devo if it was both...I reckon Thommo will get another contract, brad made that pretty clear in his presser
I reckon Jacobs is in trouble and I have a feeling Anderson will want to entertain his options
Losing a bit of inside toughness
Wright should go, hibberd as we got evw, thompson to go. If we lose anderson, im calling bullshit to all the big signing. Anderson has shown strong leadership qualities with his aggression and attack throughout the game, he is the catalyst why we finished 9th from being equal last in 2017. Jacobs is also vital as he is like your top hitman if we run a mafia family. He can come in to do a job on the most damaging opp midfielders and now he has added strings to his bow.Right now we have 14 out of contract
13 if you don't count Waite who will be retiring