Jack Graham during the 2022 AFL Round 19 match between Richmond and Fremantle (Photo by Cameron Grimes / Zero Digital Media)

Both South Australian clubs have been named as interested suitors in "gettable" Richmond midfielder Jack Graham, but it has been reported that a "really strong offer" is needed to pry Graham out of Punt Road.

Graham has emerged as a name that could find a new home this off-season despite his contract status with the Tigers for 2023.

Richmond are expected to land a double coup of GWS star duo Tim Taranto and Jacob Hopper to bolster their midfield for the next seven years, forcing rival clubs to ask the question of Graham's future.

A product out of Tea Tree Gully in South Australia, Graham's services are understood to be in the sights of both the Crows and Power, with 9 News reporting that the 24-year-old is seen as attainable despite settling in Victoria.

"Both clubs are doing their due diligence when it comes to Jack Graham," 9 News Adelaide's Josh Money reported on Wednesday night.

"Nine News understands that it would take a really strong offer to lure him away from Richmond, especially given he still has a year to run on his deal.

Jack Graham and Rory Sloane during the 2017 AFL Grand Final match between the Adelaide Crows and the Richmond Tigers at Melbourne Cricket Ground on September 30, 2017 in Melbourne, Australia.

"It is thought though that with the Tigers recruiting Giants midfielders Tim Taranto and Jacob Hopper that Graham is certainly gettable.

"But the go-home factor isn't necessarily at play here. Graham has recently bought a farm in Victoria and he's very settled in Melbourne.

"Now the former SA captain has long been linked to the Crows, who are once again asking the question, while Port Adelaide sees him as an alternative to Bulldog Josh Dunkley, who they have just missed out on."

Essendon and Carlton were believed to be in the race for Graham alongside the Crows when the bullish onballer was last considering his future.

Graham eventually re-signed with Richmond at the end of the 2020 season, signing on until the end of 2023.

Making his debut in 2017, Graham featured in the Tigers' drought-breaking grand final win in just his fifth AFL appearance.

A shoulder injury would see him sidelined for the club's 2019 premiership win, before the former North Adelaide player added a second grand final win to his career the year after.

Graham has played 97 games in the yellow and black, including 20 this season.