The Bombers are reportedly keen to lure Gold Coast forward Malcolm Rosas Jnr to Tullamarine this off-season, according to The Herald Sun.
Rosas made his AFL debut in Round 9 against Brisbane, going on to feature in two more games and a third showing as an unused medical sub.
Despite failing to boot a goal in 2021, Rosas has shown plenty of promise in his short career with the Suns across two seasons in Queensland.
A graduate of the Suns' Academy and a Northern Territory product, Rosas has been pivotal in Gold Coast's VFL side this season, where he has been a strong accumulator of the ball further up the ground.
Rosas was recruited to the Suns via the 2019 Rookie Draft from the club's Darwin zone, the first player to be drafted from the newly established recruiting crop.
According to News Corp's report, the Bombers are keen to add Rosas' "talent and flair" as they look to continue their strong Northern Territory recruitment.
This year, we caught up with Jarrod Harbrow, Sean Lemmens, Izak Rankine, Malcolm Rosas Jnr, Jy Farrar and Joel Jeffrey from the @GoldCoastSUNS to talk about what the Sir Doug Nicholls Round means to them. pic.twitter.com/DW28tDWDwZ
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Essendon are tipped for another active off-season, with Richmond tall Mabior Chol also understood to be on the club's radar.
The Bombers will be looking to end their 6,000+ day finals drought on Sunday when they face the Western Bulldogs in an elimination final in Tasmania.