The following statement is exclusive to the GWS Giants Football Club and their website at www.gwsgiants.com.au
The Greater Western Sydney GIANTS have been advised tonight that Adam Treloar has rejected the club's contract offer and will seek a trade.
GIANTS General Manager Football Graeme Allan said the club would now work to achieve the best outcome for the GIANTS.
“We put in place a player retention strategy some time ago and we’ve been delighted that so many players have re-signed with the club over the last 12 months,” said Allan.
“The majority of our players have re-signed to keep this playing group together as they understand we are building something special and they want to be a part of it.
"We've had an attractive offer in front of Adam's management all year but ultimately we have been unable to meet his financial requirements. We have no plans to deviate from the list management strategy that has proved so successful for the club to date.
“Adam has been a popular and outstanding member of our playing group since arriving at the club in 2011. We thank him for his valuable contribution during that time and we wish him well for the future.
“We will now pursue the best possible outcome for the GIANTS."
The GIANTS have re-signed a host of key players this year including Jeremy Cameron, Dylan Shiel, Stephen Cognilio, Devon Smith, Will Hoskin-Elliott, Phil Davis, Rhys Palmer, Matthew Buntine, Zac Williams and Aidan Corr.