The ruling AFL Premier League has closed a major new deal with Melbourne Demons midfielder Clayton Oliver that will keep him at the club until the end of 2030.
The two-time All-Australian and three-time Club of the Year, the best and fair winner, was selected for the fourth general election in 2015 and played 138 games for the club last year – winning the AFL Championship. Player Award.
The 24-year-old was set to become a free agent by the end of 2023, but has now signed a new seven-year deal with Des, which will see him stay at the club for the rest of his career.
It is the longest contract in the league, with the first deal to be reached in the next decade. GWS mid-year Josh Kelly signed his own monster contract in the 2029 campaign last year for $ 1 million a year, and Oliver could be the same person.
Melbourne teammate Christian Petrack has signed until 2029.
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Melbourne List Manager Tim Lam was thrilled with the news. The club said in a statement: “As one of the best players in the competition, we are delighted that Clayton has given his back to Free Agency and is committed to the club. It shows confidence in our team and coaches and is a great support for the culture we have built under Simon.
“Clayton is an average player who has shown incredible consistency in his career, which stands out in the Old Trafford trophy. He is loved and respected by his teammates and coaches and is a key pillar of our continued success.
“Week after week, his high level of performance is a testament to the amount of effort and effort he puts into training. His training levels are reflected in his performance during the game.
At the age of 24, we are thrilled to see what Clayton can achieve in the future, and we know that our members and fans will love watching him in red and blue for the rest of his career.