Young Hawthorn key defender Kaiden Brand could find himself at a new club this trade period, according to AFL.com.au, with contract negotiations stalling with the Hawks.
The 22-year-old key defender is out of contract and has reportedly been unable to come to an agreement on a new deal with the Hawks.
“Industry sources believe the South Australian is sitting on an offer from a rival club given the strong demand for key defenders this year,” the reports claims.
AFL.com.au reports that Lions, Saints, Kangaroos, Bulldogs, Demons and Dockers are among the clubs that may be interested in the defender.
Brand played 11 games this season, after making his debut in Round 7 against Richmond after four years on the Hawks’ list without a senior game. He was recruited with pick No.66 in the 2012 National Draft.