Port Adelaide midfielder Sam Powell-Pepper is likely to become an Eagle this off-season following reports that his sights between each of the Western Australian clubs had narrowed.

According to a Thursday morning tweet from SEN's Sam Edmund, the 23-year-old is set to trade Alberton for Lathlain in 2022, however, the deal to secure the former pick 18 is far from complete.

As stated by Edmund, the Eagles have instead preferred to prioritize securing fellow Western Australian Sam Petrevski-Seton from the Blues before turning their attention to the bald bull.

While also a former first-round draftee, the current lay of the land has Petrevski-Seton shifting back across the Nullarbor for much less than Carlton paid to secure him, as West Coast have reportedly offered pick 52 to reel in the Halls Creek product.

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 25: Carlton Football Club head coach Brendon Bolton poses with the number six draft pick Sam Petrevski-Seton of the Carlton Football Club during the 2016 AFL Draft at Hordern Pavilion on November 25, 2016 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Mark Metcalfe/Getty Images)

Both of the hyphenated Sams were selected in the early stages of the 2016 draft, with the current Carlton utility being plucked by the Princes Park club with the sixth selection.

Should both don blue and gold guernseys next season, it would provide head coach Adam Simpson with a welcome injection of youthful talent to his ageing roster.

The Eagles' draft hand currently consists of picks 10, 29, 35, 52, 68 and 86, but it is not yet known what price Port will ask for to allow Powell-Pepper to return to Perth.