It has been another busy week in the AFL trade and player movement space, with the season of delistings getting underway, while the first trade request of the off-season arose.
A heap of contracted players have been tied to moves elsewhere, while the small forward market is heating up.
Catch up on all of the latest AFL trade news and rumours with our weekly wrap!
Dockers confirm young wingman's trade request
The first trade request of the off-season came just three days after the home and away season ended, with Dockers wingman Liam Henry requesting a move away from Cockburn.
While a destination hasn't been set, Henry looms likely to land in Victoria, with several clubs from the footy-centric state said to have the unsigned Docker in their sights.
Dons star knocks back interest to sign long-term deal
Essendon midfielder Darcy Parish turned down reported interest from Geelong to recommit to the Bombers until the end of the 2028 season.
The restricted free agent had hit a standstill in negotiations with the club recently, but has managed to broker a deal with the Dons to extend his stay in the red sash.
Bombers to meet with contracted Kangaroo
Essendon is expected to meet with North Melbourne youngster Tarryn Thomas as the Roos midfielder assesses his options despite being tied to Arden Street for the 2024 season.
Bombers coach Brad Scott was with the Kangaroos when Thomas joined the club as a top 10 pick, and would hand the flashy onballer his debut.
Any move for Thomas is likely to cost the Bombers a pretty penny if they wish to secure the 23-year-old's signature.
Chol reportedly on trade table
Contracted Gold Coast forward Mabior Chol has emerged as a shock trade option for rival clubs following just two years with the Suns.
Chol left Richmond at the end of the 2021 season and will now reunite with former Tigers coach Damien Hardwick at Carrara, however the key forward is said to be gettable for the right price.
Multiple reports have suggested Chol, who is contacted until the end of 2025 season, could gain some interest as Gold Coast prepare to shape their list under the incoming Hardwick.
Crows to contend with rivals for Essendon backman
Adelaide could ruffle Port Adelaide's feathers as they look to join their state rivals in the race for unsigned Essendon defender Brandon Zerk-Thatcher.
A South Australian, Zerk-Thatchers has recently been flagged as a strong chance to join the Power, who have also been linked to Geelong's Esava Ratugolea.
The Crows, who are likely to require assistance for their backline to start next season due to injuries, have emerged as a suitor for the reportedly Departing Bombers backman.
Young Hawk nearing request home
Hawthorn small forward Tyler Brockman is said to be nearing a call to request a move back to his home state of Western Australia this off-season.
Brockman enjoyed a strong third season in the brown and gold but has held off recommitting to the club, with a potential move to West Coast now in consideration.
The small forward's desire to head west could help the Dockers potentially broker a deal that would see Liam Henry land in Victoria, and potentially with the Hawks.
Hawks reportedly looking at star Dog, wantaway Docker
Smith, who is signed to the Dogs until the end of next year, is reportedly seen as a potential trade target, while the Bulldogs have stood firm in their belief he will be at the club next year.
The former Pick 7 selection could demand a pair of first-round picks in negotiations if he is to pursue a move away from the Kennel.
In-demand Port forward set to stay
Port Adelaide forward Mitch Georgiades has reportedly signed a four-year contract extension at Alberton Oval.
7 News Perth's Ryan Daniels revealed this week that Georgiades has turned his back on interest from Western Australian and Victorian clubs to extend his stay with the Power through to free agency.
The new deal will lock Georgiades away until the end of the 2027 season.
North tall expected to depart
Former Mid-Season Draft No.1 pick Jacob Edwards could be part of a ruthless list cull at the Kangaroos this off-season, with the uncapped tall yet to be re-signed at Arden Street for 2024.
Edwards hasn't been able to break into the senior side in his two-and-a-half years in the blue and white to be facing an uncertain future at North Melbourne.
A difficult past two seasons for the club and its players has also impacted Edwards' thinking for the future, with the 20-year-old contemplating whether to continue pursuing his dream at the professional level.
The players West Coast could target
We've named the five players the Eagles could pursue through the trade period this year after a wooden spoon finish.
A handful of local names, ruck assistance and a Roos backman are among the targets we believe West Coast should consider this off-season.
TRADE TARGETS: Five trade targets for EVERY AFL club - West Coast Eagles
Trade update provided on quartet of Blues
Carlton forward Jack Silvagni is seen more likely to re-sign than depart the Blues this year, according to SEN's Sam Edmund.
Edmund has revealed the athletic forward is now leaning toward staying after his future at Princes Park was questioned, with a contract yet to be signed beyond this season.
SA club emerges as leading contender for Grundy
Port Adelaide is said to be the club leading the race for Brodie Grundy, who is expected to favour a move to South Australian instead of Sydney.
The Swans have been linked to the out-of-favour Melbourne recruit, however a return to his home state via a move to the Power is reportedly more likely to occur.
Grundy is contracted until the end of 2027 but is said to be available as a trade target after a year with the Demons given the struggling experiment to partner with Melbourne captain Max Gawn.
Right price could unlock trade war for contracted Sun
Hollands struggled to cement his place at AFL level under Stuart Dew this year before the coach's sacking, with the Murray Bushrangers product managing a strong of games after his departure.
The young midfielder fell back out of the Suns' side, with his situation piquing the interest of Victorian rivals.
Manager's call out for contracted client
The agent of contracted St Kilda midfielder Jack Billings has pleaded his client's case, stating clubs would greatly benefit from the fringe Saint's services.
Paul Connors told Gettable this week that Billings could be open to a move elsewhere as he struggles for minutes under coach Ross Lyon.
Billings has played just the three games this year due to several injury setbacks.
Five players the Dogs could consider
The Western Bulldogs have had several of their own players floated as trade targets in 2023, but who could the Dogs be looking at in the off-season to bolster their own list?
We've named some defensive options, a pair of free agents, and some midfield class that could help steer Luke Beveridge's side back to September next year.
TRADE TARGETS: Five trade targets for every AFL club - Western Bulldogs