MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 01: Jesse Hogan of the Dockers looks upfield during the round 11 AFL match between the Collingwood Magpies and the Fremantle Dockers at Melbourne Cricket Ground on June 01, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Dodge/Getty Images)

Fremantle has put Jesse Hogan and Connor Blakely on the trade table, according to The Age's Daniel Cherny.

The club is reportedly willing to part with the pair, despite Hogan still having a year to run on his deal and Blakely have two years left.

Hogan's future at Fremantle has grown more clouded following a quarantine breach that cost him $8000 at court last week to cap off what has been an eventful run since he was traded from Melbourne at the end of 2018.

The forward played just seven AFL games this year, booting five goals and spending time in defence.

Blakely struggled for senior opportunities this year under new coach Justin Longmuir, making just five senior appearances.

Rival clubs reportedly told The Age that they believe both players are "gettable"

According to Seven News' Ryan Daniels, Hogan has not yet been shopped by Fremantle and the club will sit down with him in two weeks to discuss his future.

However, Daniels reports that the Sydney Swans have enquired about trading for Hogan, although he remains a chance to stay at the Dockers.

Fremantle chairman Dale Alcock spoke about Hogan's future on ABC radio on the weekend.

"Jesse's currently on leave and we're going to take some time to work carefully through that and work and liaise with Jesse, his management and the club," Alcock said.

"That's our position on that.

"We're not going to react to it [his contract] immediately. He's done his hotel quarantine, he's out of that, he's on leave.

"The football department have picked that up and our senior people will pick that up with him and his management in due course."