Carlton are reportedly set to receive West Coast's third-round selection in exchange for wantaway former No.6 pick Sam Petrevski-Seton.
The 23-year-old requested a move back to his home state of Western Australia last month, with the Eagles named as his preferred landing spot ahead of the exchange window.
The Blues and Eagles are understood to be in advanced talks to land a deal that would suit both parties, however it seems Carlton aren't likely to receive a pick in the opening two rounds or winger Jarrod Brander, who has been of interest to the Princes Park club.
Petrevski-Seton has played 94 games since making his debut in the navy blue in 2017, but was kept to just the 14 appearances this season, the lowest campaign tally of his five-year career.
According to The Herald Sun, the Eagles remain keen on retaining picks 10, 29 and 35 for this year's Draft, with the 52nd overall selection likely to swap places with Petrevski-Seton in the trade period.
The straight swap won't see Brander involved in the negotiations, however that hasn't ruled the 22-year-old out of joining Carlton this off-season.
Reports emerged last month that Brander would not be offered a new deal at Lathlain Park, with Carlton soon emerging as an interested suitor.
The West Australian reports that Brander could still make his return to Victoria and land at Ikon Park as part of separate discussions from the Petrevski-Seton negotiations.
The Blues will also be looking to deal with Fremantle and the Western Bulldogs this trade window, with Dockers gun Adam Cerra and Dogs defender Lewis Young requesting moves to the Blues.
Carlton have already signed restricted free agent George Hewett from Sydney this off-season.