Chris Dawes will be a Demon next season as Collingwood revealed its one-time key forward had been successful in his request for a trade.
Dawes had been courted by several clubs, including the Western Bulldogs, Carlton and Melbourne but signalled earlier in the week that the Demons would be his preferred new home.
Under the deal, hammered out this afternoon, Collingwood receives picks 20 and 45 in exchange for Dawes and pick 58.
"Chris can be proud of his contribution to Collingwood. He played some good football for the club, where he has been a popular figure, and shared in the 2010 premiership," Collingwood director of football, Geoff Walsh, said.
Dawes formed half of a powerful forward duo with Travis Cloke as the Magpies claimed the Premiership in 2010 but struggled for form in season 2012 when asked to take on part-time ruck duties.
He kicked just 16 goals for the year and ended the season with a knee injury.