NORTH Melbourne looks set to score another trade period win with Aaron Hall’s manager confirming the Gold Coast midfielder is keen to be dealt to the Kangaroos.
Port Adelaide’s Jared Polec has already declared his intention to move to North Melbourne during the trade period.
“Aaron’s keen to get to North Melbourne,” Hall’s manager James Pitcher told Trade Radio.
“Our intention is to look at those options at North Melbourne.”
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The Kangaroos appear to be finding success this year after striking out on numerous ‘big fish’ in the past.
The biggest fish for the Roos this year would be West Coast’s Andrew Gaff, with Polec being one of many – along with senior Eagles players – confident Gaff will get to Arden Street.
They would slot into a midfield featuring Hall, who has played 103 games for the Suns across seven seasons.
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Back in 2016, Hall became one of the few players to ever record three Brownlow votes in three consecutive games, doing it between Rounds 1 and 3.
He averaged 27 disposals in that 2016 season and then 25 in 2017, but played just six games in 2018, after being dropped for Round 5 and suffering a season-ending pectoral injury in Round 11.