Adelaide reportedly won't pursue delisted Collingwood youngster and South Australian Caleb Poulter following the 20-year-old's departure from Olympic Park.

Poulter was joined by Jack Madgen and Cooper Murley in being delisted by the Magpies on Tuesday, however the latter is set to gain a reprieve through the Rookie Draft next month.

For Poulter, the wingman is now set to assess his options after spending just two seasons in the black and white stripes, where he showed plenty of promise in his debut campaign.

After breaking into the senior side in Round 7 last year, Poulter played 11 games in 2021 to loom as another formidable asset for the club's future.

But opportunities became scarce this season, with the Woodville-West Torrens product managing just the sole appearance under Craig McRae, leading to the club to part ways with the emerging midfielder.

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Poulter had gained reported interest from the Gold Coast Suns this off-season amid uncertainty around his future at Collingwood, however a move during the trade period failed to arise.

Adelaide were also linked to the Ardrossan native as part of a potential move back to his home state, however Poulter's management have reportedly dashed any suggestions of a move to West Lakes.

"9 News understands the Crows are not interested in bringing Caleb Poulter home to South Australia," reporter Tom Rehn revealed on Tuesday night.

"The former Pick 30 was delisted y Collingwood today, with the 20-year-old's management denying reports there's interest from West Lakes."

Given Poulter's age and proven prowess at AFL level last season, the outside midfielder could gain interest from more rival clubs in the coming weeks.

Port Adelaide could consider a move for the wingman should they look to build on their wide-midfield depths after the loss of Karl Amon, while a move to the Suns may see Poulter slot into a running role early into the new year given the long-term injuries to Lachie Weller, Wil Powell and Connor Budarick.

Delisted free agency opens on November 3 and will run across two windows, ending on November 15.