Fremantle have sent wantaway duo Darcy Tucker and Griffin Logue to North Melbourne, with an array of draft picks swapping hands between the two clubs.

On top of gaining the services of both Logue and Tucker, the Roos have also gained Fremantle's future third-round selection.

Fremantle have received second, third and fourth-round 2023 selections in return as part of the trade, with the future second and third-round selections initially added to North Melbourne's draft hand as assistance from the AFL.

Logue is set to bolster North Melbourne's backline stocks, adding to the likes of Ben McKay and Aidan Corr in the Arden Street rearguard.

Tucker is set to add width to the Roos' engine room, having predominately played as a winger/flanker across his 108 games in purple.

The pair are among several Dockers players seeking new homes, with Blake Acres joining Carlton, while tall duo Rory Lobb and Lloyd Meek are also seeking moves to Victoria.