West Coast veterans Chris Masten and Will Schofield are yet to be offered contracts by the Eagles and have been told they are free to explore trade options according to report from AFL.com.au.

Both Masten and Schofield will become unrestricted free agents at the end of the season and the Eagles have put off talks of possible contract extensions until after their finals campaign.

Masten and Schofield played in the dominant West Coast performance against the Bombers last Thursday and could potentially still be offered one-year deals.

However, both have spent time in the WAFL this season with Masten playing 16 games this season while Schofield only managed 13 appearances.

The pair are both 30-years-old and are in the back end of long careers.

It is unknown at this stage whether either of the players have explored their options away from the Eagles.

Given the role both played in the club's premiership triumph last season, it will likely be difficult for either to walk away.

Masten was drafted with Pick 3 in 2007 and has played 214 games for the club.

Schofield has played 189 games for the club since joining in 2006, including a Preliminary and Grand Final last year after coming into the team late in the season.

The defender has previously claimed his effort in going forward during the dying stages of the Grand Final against Collingwood led to Jeremy McGovern's famous intercept mark, which ultimately setup Dom Sheed's match-winning goal.

If either of these two West Coast veterans were to depart, it would be an emotional goodbye for two club stalwarts.