ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - JULY 01: Tyson Stengle of the Tigers leads his team from the field after defeating the Power during the round 15 AFL match between the Port Adelaide Power and the Richmond Tigers at Adelaide Oval on July 1, 2017 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by Daniel Kalisz/Getty Images)

Adelaide are reportedly pursuing young Richmond forward Tyson Stengle, with the Crows set to add him to their list during the trade period.

With Mitch McGovern set for a move to Carlton and Brad Crouch linked with a possible move away, the Crows will be looking to bring in replacements, and Stengle seems to be one of the most likely inclusions.

Given Charlie Cameron left for Brisbane last season, Stengle could be brought in to replace the forward, and SEN‘s South Australian correspondent Tom Rehn believes the move will be completed during the trade period.

“The one who I’m hearing may come the other way is young Tyson Stengle, who’s played a couple of games with Richmond,” Rehn told SEN Breakfast on Tuesday.

“They’ve (Adelaide) really missed Charlie Cameron since he’s headed to Brisbane, I think the Crows will go after him.

“He’s a South Aussie from Woodville-West Torrens, the Crows have had their issues keeping non-South Australians here in Adelaide.

“I think he’s a player that would probably end up coming back to the Crows in the trade period starting next week.”

Stengle didn’t play a game in 2018 after making his debut in Round 15, 2017 against Port Adelaide at Adelaide Oval, booting two goals.