Clark, 19, is contracted at the Cats until 2022, but has found it tough to consistently crack into the side in 2020, only just playing the three games this year after 18 games in 2019.
Clark is from Western Australia and according to Daniels, there is genuine belief that a move back home to either Fremantle or West Coast is not off the cards for the young Cat.
“With Jordan Clark, he’s contracted for two years, he’s about to get a significant pay bump,” Daniels told SEN’s Dwayne’s World.
“They need to free up a lot of money, Jordan’s a little bit frustrated in terms of his opportunities this year, he’s played just three games, we know he’s a huge talent.
“But he wants to be playing. I think ideally, he’d be staying at Geelong, he really loves the club, they love him but the kid wants to be out there and potentially a move home to WA isn’t off the cards.
“Watch this space. If the situation doesn’t change for Jordan in the next 12 months, I wouldn’t be surprised if he was back playing for West Coast or Fremantle.
“I’m told Fremantle are the ones who are super, super into him.”
Geelong young gun Quinton Narkle is another name that has been reported to potentially be on the move away from the Cats due to a lack of opportunity.
Being a WA native, there’s genuine belief he could also return home, but Narkle just wants opportunity wherever that may be.
“Narkle is out of contract, Geelong has not offered him a new contract. They’re waiting to see what happens with list sizes and all those other guys I mentioned earlier,” Daniels said.
“He’s a super talent, we know what he can do, 17 games in four years – I would be very, very surprised at this point if he’s actually at Geelong next year.
“Whether or not he moves back to WA, I don’t think it matters with him, he just wants to play, similar to Clark.
“But his situation is very different – he doesn’t have a contract for next year and I reckon there would be a lot of clubs super keen on Quinton Narkle.”