Steven Motlop will become just the fourth player to play for both Geelong and Port Adelaide next year.
Motlop joined the Power as a restricted free agent on the weekend with the Cats receiving pick No.19 as compensation.
The 26-year-old joins a select group of people who have represented the Cats and Power.
The most famous member of the club is Tom Harley who captained Geelong to the 2007 and 2009 premierships.
Harley played 197 of his 198 games with Geelong but he actually made his debut with the Power, playing his one and only game for them in 1998.
Shayne Breuer became a foundation member of the Port Adelaide Football Club when they entered the competition in 1997 and actually kicked the club’s first ever goal in the AFL against Collingwood in round one that year at the MCG.
Breuer crossed to Port Adelaide after playing 71 games, including two grand finals, for the Cats between 1994-1996. He finished up with 125 career games.
The other player to play for both clubs was Paul Koulouriotis who played 18 games for the Cats and three for the Power.