Judd deal may survive

Written By Unknown on Rabu, 23 Januari 2013 | 14.43

Chris Judd is waiting for a verdict on his deal with Visy. Picture: Tim Carrafa Source: Herald Sun

CHRIS Judd's manager remains hopeful he can negotiate a compromise with the AFL over the dual Brownlow medallist's third-party deal with Carlton sponsor Visy.

Judd's manager Paul Connors confirmed today he'd had fresh talks with the AFL over the matter.

Connors is believed to be keen to avoid a formal grievance tribunal hearing that could result in a straight win-or-loss scenario.

AFL operations manager Adrian Anderson informed Carlton in November that Judd's deal with Visy, which is estimated at $250,000 per season, would have to be included in the salary cap from 2013.

However, Anderson's departure from AFL ranks last month has prompted new discussions and a negotiated deal is now a likely outcome, the AFL website reported.

Carlton chief executive Greg Swann was also part of the talks.

The 29-year-old Judd's six-year deal expires at the end of the 2013 season.

"I can confirm that I met with the AFL yesterday," Connors said.

The Blues had a scare on the training track on Wednesday when injury-prone key forward Jarrad Waite dislocated a finger, although a club spokesman claimed the injury wouldn't derail the 29-year-old's pre-season campaign.

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