Richmond's Tyson Stengle Requests Trade To Adelaide

Heading home.

Richmond's Tyson Stengle Requests Trade To Adelaide Image: AAP

Richmond small forward Tyson Stengle will look to become a Crow this trade period.

After two years at Punt Road, Stengle has expressed his desire for a trade home to South Australia, with Adelaide his preferred club of choice.

The 19-year-old played two games for Richmond in 2017, kicking two goals on debut against Port Adelaide.

Adelaide list manager Justin Reid said both clubs were keen to sort out a deal.

"Young Tyson has probably lacked a bit of opportunity over the last few years given the strength of Richmond's list and their smalls," Reid told Trade Radio.

"Tyson adds a bit of speed and goal sense for us and with Eddie [Betts] getting a little bit older it's great to have a South Australian who wants to come home and be part of the Adelaide Football Club."

Tom Browne has dropped some huge news on Triple M's Hot Breakfast, saying Lachie Neale has told Ross Lyon he wants a trade.


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