MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 03: Daniel Menzel of the Cats celebrates a goal during the 2018 AFL round 20 match between the Richmond Tigers and the Geelong Cats at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on August 03, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Adam Trafford/AFL Media/Getty Images)

Sydney have emerged as a suitor for delisted Geelong forward Daniel Menzel.

Swans list manager Kinnear Beatson today reveled the club would put the forward a medical.

“Daniel is heading back to Melbourne soon and we will have a medical done on him. Once we’ve got all the facts, we’ll make a decision on which way we go there,” Beatson told SEN.

Menzel played 73 games and kicked 136 goals in nine seasons at Cats.

He has kicked 100 goals in 50 games with the Cats over the last three seasons.

According to AFL.com.au, the Swans are also interested in premiership player Jacob Townsend and former Fremantle player Cam Sutcliffe.

Townsend was delisted by Richmond yesterday after being an integral part of the Tigers 2017 premiership team.

Richmond General Manager of Football Neil Balme said the club were keen to retain the 25-year-old in the upcoming Rookie Draft.

“We would love for Jacob to remain at Richmond and he knows there is a spot for him at the Club,” Balme told the Richmond website.

“He is well within his rights as a delisted free agent to look for new opportunities and should they arise, we will support his decision.”

Sutcliffe was delisted by the Dockers after playing 104 games over seven seasons at the club.

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Townsend and Sutcliffe reportedly had medicals at the Swans last week.