GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - MAY 26: Brandan Parfitt of the Cats (left) congratulates Patrick Dangerfield of the Cats on a goal during the 2018 AFL round 10 match between the Geelong Cats and the Carlton Blues at GMHBA Stadium on May 26, 2018 in Geelong, Australia. (Photo by Adam Trafford/AFL Media/Getty Images)

Geelong’s Brandan Parfitt looks to be at the centre of trade discussions as the Giants and Cats continue negotiations that will see Jeremy Cameron at Kardinia Park in 2021, per Fox Footy.

It is understood that while Parfitt’s manager has come out and declared the 22-year-old will be remaining in Geelong, the Giants see the midfielder as a non-negotiable piece in trade discussions.

GWS have reportedly asked for Parfitt, pick 11 and either another first-round selection or Esava Ratugolea from Geelong in exchange for their star forward.

The Giants are also likely to propose offers that could include any of Sam Simpson, Jack Henry, Sam De Koning or Charlie Constable, while Jordan Clark is seen as either being at Geelong or Fremantle in 2021.

Parfitt is believed to have signed a new two-year deal with Geelong, with the Cats yet to make an official announcement.

Parfitt’s manger Tim Lawrence said there is zero chance his client will be involved in a move to the Giants.

“Brandan is currently contracted to play for Geelong and that won’t be changing. Any other discussion around him being at another AFL club in 2021 and beyond is nothing more than speculation and rumour,” Lawrence told The Age’s Daniel Cherny.

“Other clubs can enquire about his availability – as is their right – but we will just say no to them anyway. End of story.”

The club are looking to stand firm on keeping Parfitt, while the Giants could offer Cameron to Collingwood if a suitable deal isn’t landed with the Cats.

A move of that kind would place Cameron and his management under great pressure following his decision to nominate Geelong as his club of choice, with the Giants pushing for the best deal possible.