MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 17: Ollie Wines of the Power walks out onto the field during the round 22 AFL match between the North Melbourne Kangaroos and the Port Adelaide Power at Marvel Stadium on August 17, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

Eight Port Adelaide players will undergo surgery this off-season, but it is unlikely that any player will have their 2022 season preparations hindered.

Star midfielder Ollie Wines, who claimed the Power's first-ever Brownlow Medal on Sunday night, will be among those who require medical attention.

Yesterday, Wines went in for a 'minor arthroscope' to clean up the cartilage in his left knee, while Travis Boak has returned to Adelaide for a similar operation on his right knee, the club has confirmed.

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Among the suite of knee injuries, Aliir Aliir will have a minor 'clean out of his left knee', while Orazio Fantasia is scheduled to have a 'tidy up' of both knees.

Ruckman Sam Hayes's medial meniscus in his right knee will require surgery too.

Players reporting ankle troubles in Willem Drew, who has had some scar tissue cleaned up in his right ankle, and Steven Motlop, who will have surgery on his left ankle, are also set to go under the knife.

A Latarjet stabilisation will also be required for Miles Bergman's right shoulder.

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ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 09: Aliir Aliir of Port Adelaide during the round four AFL match between the Port Adelaide Power and the Richmond Tigers at Adelaide Oval on April 09, 2021 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by Mark Brake/Getty Images)

Despite a seemingly long list of injuries, most players will be back in action at the start of the pre-season as Port Adelaide launch another attempt at premiership glory.

The side has narrowly missed out on making the Grand Final in 2020 and 2021, falling in consecutive home preliminary finals.

The club have been left disappointed after ex-Power midfielder and club great Kane Cornes criticised their preliminary final performance against the Bulldogs.

β€œFor a club that sees itself as the most ruthless club in their competition, that their mission is we exist to win championships, can you imagine (former coach) Fos Williams being sensitive to a couple of media comments on the back of what I believe is their second most embarrassing performance in finals history?" Cornes said earlier in the week on Footy Classified.