Bosenavulagi was delisted from the Kangaroos at the end of last season after two years at Arden Street, where he played 17 games at senior level.
Bosenavulgi was drafted into the AFL with the 77th overall selection in the 2018 National Draft after a promising stint with the Oakleigh Chargers.
His path to the AFL followed a junior career in rugby, where he represented Australia in rugby sevens and would also represent the Melbourne Rebels in their Junior Gold Cup side, often playing as a winger.
According to Fox Footy, Bosenavulagi is said to be looking to rekindle his rugby career following his departure from the AFL.
It is understood that the Fijian-born footballer and his rugby manager are seeking a contract across the east coast.
Should he land a professional deal, Bosenavulagi wouldn't be the only former AFL player linking up with a rugby code this off-season, with retired Geelong champion Joel Selwood joining NRL outfit the Melbourne Storm as a leadership coach.
Both players, who were Australian representatives during their NRL careers, had short stints in the AFL before returning to rugby league and union.