Power against four-way trade

Written By Unknown on Senin, 22 Oktober 2012 | 14.43

Port Adelaide is refusing to entertain a four-way trade to offload Ben Jacobs to North Melbourne. Picture: Sarah Reed Source: The Advertiser

PORT Adelaide is resisting the offer of a multi-club trade deal for departing first-round draftee Ben Jacobs.

The Power is preferring a straight deal for draft picks with the Kangaroos rather than a four-way trade that gained currency in speculation today.

"We're trying to keep out of multi-club deals," said Power football chief Peter Rohde.

North Melbourne currently has draft picks No.15, 38 and 39. These are more appealing to the Power than Kangaroos forward Matt Campbell and defender Luke Delaney.

Jacobs was a first-round draft pick (No. 16) in 2010.

Port also may move on Fremantle's 26-year-old defender Greg Broughton as it seeks to replace former vice-captain Jacob Surjan, who was delisted last week.

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