Luke Jackson during the 2022 AFL Round 1 match between Melbourne and Western Bulldogs (Photo by Cameron Grimes / Zero Digital Media)

The Fremantle Dockers have reportedly presented an "extremely attractive" offer to out-of-contract Demons tall Luke Jackson.

Jackson is yet to recommit to Melbourne past this season, with interest from both Western Australian clubs - West Coast and Fremantle - expected to rise as the year progresses.

With Western Bulldogs ruckman Tim English understood to have re-signed at Whitten Oval beyond 2022, both the Eagles and Dockers are likely to be pushing harder for Jackson's signature.

The East Fremantle product is likely to be on the end of substantial offers from both WA sides as well as the Demons, who will be keen to retain their prized youngster.

Jackson has flourished since joining the Demons as the third overall selection of the 2019 National Draft, playing a key role in their premiership of run last year.

The 20-year-old has done little to hinder any value to his name this season, once again featuring as a key component to the reigning premiers.

Jackson is continuing to build his case as a future million-dollar player in the competition, and could earn close to or even over seven figures a season in his next deal.

That contract could be with the Dockers, with SEN's Sam Edmund reporting the Cockburn club may be setting money aside to lure Jackson back to his home state.

Edmund revealed the situation surrounding Jackson is set to "become clearer" in the next week as both the Demons and Dockers have their bye.

"The picture is going to become clearer over this bye weekend," Edmund said on SEN. 

"The player movement space is chock-full of talk that Fremantle have presented an offer that is extremely attractive in terms of finances and tenure.

"Meanwhile, the Dockers have largely held off presenting new contracts to their out-of-contract players in the first half of the year, raising speculation they're just setting some pennies aside.

"David Walls is a Fremantle list boss, he lives in Melbourne. He's just flown back to Perth given Fremantle also have the bye this week.

"The Demons have given their players four days off before their Round 15 Thursday night game against Brisbane.

"Not sure if Luke Jackson has gone home, his manager Jason Dover of TLA is based in Perth as well.

"So I think, no matter which way it goes, this picture gets some clarity real soon."

Jackson has played just 42 games for Melburne since making his debut in 2020, and will take on a more significant role in the month ahead as skipper and first-string ruckman Max Gawn nurses an ankle injury.

The Demons are scheduled to face Brisbane after their bye, with Simon Goodwin's side a chance to snap their three-game losing streak and return to first on the ladder.