The 19-year-old South Australian, drafted by the Tigers in 2017 from Woodville-West Torrens, wants to come home, Adelaide list manager Justin Reid said today.
Reid said the out-of-contract player had lacked opportunities given the strength of Richmond’s list.
“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,” he told Trade Radio.
Stengle played two senior games for Richmond.
In other player news ahead of the official trade period opening next Monday, Collingwood faces the potential loss of one of their best-performing grand final players.
Defender Tom Langdon is considering interest from rival AFL clubs as well as a contract offer from the Magpies.
His manager Scott Lucas said the backman, who was clearly among the Magpies’ best in their grand-final loss to West Coast, has looked elsewhere while waiting for a new deal.
“We have had a chat to other clubs though, there has been interest for Tom,” Lucas told Macquarie Sports Radio.
– with AAP
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