Brodie Grundy may have played his last game for Collingwood, with the Magpies ruling the dual All-Australian ruckman out for the rest of the season with an ankle stress fracture.
The 28-year-old pulled up sore in his left ankle from his VFL comeback game two weekends ago after a posterior cruciate ligament injury sidelined him for multiple months.
Subsequent scans revealed Grundy’s stress fracture, which Collingwood football boss Graham Wright confirmed would end his season.
It means the Pies will continue to rely on Darcy Cameron as their No.1 ruckman for their upcoming finals campaign, with resurgent American Mason Cox serving as his support.
Speculation is rife that the Pies would be open to trading the million-dollar ruckman, who still has five years to run the seven-season extension he inked at the start of 2020.
Greater Western Sydney is the club strongest linked to Grundy, but…