It comes as Lobb, 28, has been reported to be relatively open about a potential move away from the Dockers, but talks are yet to commence with other clubs.
Speaking on Fox Footy, reporter Jon Ralph said although a move is unlikely, Lobb's manager Colin Young couldn't deny one completely.
“He (Young) tells me that neither he or Lobb have spoken to a Victoria-based club and the expectation is that he is more likely to stay in Perth,” Ralph said.
“But, his partner who works in marketing does have a full-time job opportunity to work with former Fremantle chief executive Steve Rosich at the Victorian Racing Club, which is certainly something that she is mulling over.
“He’s got two years left on a $700,000 deal. Young said it’s unlikely that he would move but he couldn’t categorically deny it.
“How’s this for a hypothetical trade: what if Paddy Ryder from St Kilda wanted to be closer to his family in Perth, what if Rory Lobb just lobbed to St Kilda? He’s 29 next year and would be a very handy replacement. That’s just a thought.”