It comes after SEN’s Sam Edmund reported that Wines’ camp approached the Blues about the potential of brokering a trade for him.
Carlton list boss Stephen Silvagni admitted that Wines is of interest to the club moving forward.
“Ollie’s name came up, but he was never put on the table and so it was something that was blown out of proportion a little bit,” Silvagni told SEN Breakfast.
“If he did become available in the next year or two, we would be sitting down to have discussions with Ollie.”
Silvagni was not willing to discuss whether or not the Blues could’ve fit Wines in their salary cap for next season.
“We’re dealing with hypotheticals here and I’m not prepared to talk about Ollie when the (trade) period is done and he is contracted to Port Adelaide,” he said.