Power stops chase for Broughton

Written By Unknown on Selasa, 23 Oktober 2012 | 14.43

Fremantle's Greg Broughton gets a desperate handball away under pressure from Hawthorn's Lance Franklin. Picture: Daniel Wilkins. Source: PerthNow

PORT ADELAIDE is retreating from the chase for Fremantle's switch-hitting defender Greg Broughton.

The Power is being turned off by the heavy cash demand on the final year of Broughton's contract that comes with his trade from the Dockers.

Also, Port is not eager to meet 26-year-old Broughton's demands for a long-term deal.

Meanwhile, Port's talks to trade 20-year-old defender Ben Jacobs to North Melbourne have not progressed today.

The Power is insisting on draft picks from the Kangaroos rather than players such as small forward Matt Campbell and defender Luke Delaney.

North Melbourne currently has picks No. 15, 38 and 39 in the first round of next month's national draft.

"The clock is ticking," said Port football operations manager Peter Rodhe today.

The Power has until 1.30pm Friday to trade Jacobs or run the risk of losing the Victorian draftee without compensation in next month's draft where he would be claimed by any of the Kangaroos, Essendon and St Kilda and possibly Richmond.

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