MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 02: Jesse Hogan of the Demons celebrates kicking a goal during the round 11 AFL match between the Western Bulldogs and the Melbourne Demons at Etihad Stadium on June 2, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

With the AFL Trade Period set to kick off on Monday, you can forgive AFL fans for getting excited and trying to work out which deals seem fair in order for their club to land their main targets.

AFL.com.au recently asked fans of every club to detail what the upcoming trade period looks like for each side, and it looks like some supporters just couldn’t put their team bias to one side.

Some of these trade scenarios actually seem reasonable, some seem a little far fetched, and some are that one-sided the fans surely have to be taking the mickey.

Here are the best fan suggestions for what their club should do during the upcoming trade period.

Sam Mayes and second round draft pick to Port Adelaide for Chad Wingard.
– Beau Worthy, Parkwood

Dylan Shiel & Will Setterfield for pick No.25 and a 2019 first round pick
– Gustavo Sanchez, Snowtown 

[Essendon’s] Pick 8 to Sydney for Luke Parker.
– Adam Ossip, Caufield South 

Ed Langdon to Melbourne in exchange for Jesse Hogan and a third-round pick.
– Oliver Warren, Yallingup 

Rhys Stanley, Jackson Thurlow and second-round pick to Brisbane for Stefan Martin.
– Phil, Boronia 

Richmond’s Tom Lynch offer matched and to make the Tigers hand over first and second picks for 2018 and 2019.
– Thom Roker, Annerley 

Charlie Curnow in exchange for [Hawthorn’s] first round draft pick.
– Ben McGill, Adelaide, South Australia

Trade Tom Rockliff and Jack Watts for Dustin Martin.
– Michael De-Zen, Adelaide, South Australia

Josh Kelly and second round pick to St Kilda for first round this year pick plus future first.
David Ford, Pakenham, Victoria 

Daniel Hannebery for Nic Nat.
– Piece Cooper, Epping, New South Wales 

Max Gawn to West Coast for Daniel Venables and future first-round and second-round picks.
– Joshua O’Rourke, Butler 

Chad Wingard to the Bulldogs for our 2019 first-round pick and Marcus Adams.
– Ty Weinert, Brisbane, Queensland