AFL 2 years ago

Richmond offer big money to banned Bomber

  • Richmond offer big money to banned Bomber

1116 SEN Radio host Daniel Harford says he is adamant that Richmond has offered banned Bomber defender Michael Hurley a five year deal, worth $900,000 a year.

Hurley remains the biggest name yet to re-sign at the Bombers after Cale Hooker and Dyson Heppell declared that they would be honouring their current contracts.

The 25 year old defender has one year to run on his current contract, but his management is reportedly wanting that current contract torn up and offered a new one. 

"Well I heard Mark Robinson and Andy Maher talking today about the Bombers' dozen and the players that have re-committed to the footy club," explained Harford on SEN radio.

"But I did hear Robbo talking about Michael Hurley and the fact that he might be 50/50 - that's interesting because not too long before that I had received some correspondence from a gentleman who would know things in football who has told me that Richmond have made a $900,000 for five (years) to Michael Hurley."


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