As reported by The Herald Sun, Narkle's manager Ralph Carr revealed that a quintet of keen suitors have put out feelers for the promising Cats onballer as a decision on his future remains on hold.
The 23-year-old isn't expected to make a call on his playing future until the end of the season, and is sure to be coveted by both Fremantle and West Coast in a bid to lure the speedster back to his home state.
Opportunities have become hard to land for Narkle at Kardinia Park this year despite a number of strong outings under Chris Scott, constantly having his magnet moved in and out of Geelong's best side.
The Perth product's season includes a 34-disposal game against the Suns in Round 10, while also amassing 12 touches and a game-high eight clearances against Richmond on Sunday despite playing just 34% time on ground after coming on as the medical sub.
Carr stated that his client's priority is to play the best football possible and aid Geelong's premiership tilt.
“The main focus is playing well for Geelong and helping Geelong to win a premiership,” Carr said, per The Herald Sun.
“Geelong have been fantastic in terms of working together to get the most important result — Quinton playing great footy."
Narkle has played 30 games for Geelong since making his debut in 2018, recording a career average of 14 possessions, 2.8 tackles, 2.8 Inside 50's and 2.5 clearances per game.