Tippett trade talks still on hold

Written By Unknown on Senin, 22 Oktober 2012 | 14.43

Trade talks have progressed no further for Adelaide and Sydney over disgruntled forward Kurt Tippett. Picture: George Salpigtidis Source: Herald Sun

DAY 14 of the Kurt Tippett saga has closed with Adelaide list manager David Noble summing up talks with Sydney by saying: "No progress".

The Crows and Swans have until Friday to end one of the slowest-moving and longest-running saga in AFL trade history.

And Adelaide says it will seek out a third party to beef up Sydney's offer that currently is seen to stand at draft pick No.23 and out-of-favour forward Jesse White.

"We're exploring those third-partty options all the time - we're looking at all avenues to get the best deal for our club,'' Noble said today, while maintaining that trade talks could drag until the final hour on Friday.

"And in the last moments you find things that were not possible early in the trade talks do unfold. A coach will suddenly agree to release a first-round draft pick."

Of White, who met Adelaide coach Brenton Sanderson at the club's West Lakes base last week, Noble said: "We're still in negotiations."

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