Western Bulldogs midfielder Koby Stevens is reportedly being closely watched by at least four rival clubs.
The Footy Show's Damian Barrett has reported that among the interested clubs, are three Victorian sides and one club from outside of Victoria. However, he stopped short of naming which clubs are in the running for the 25-year-old's signature.
"The Western Bulldogs and Koby Stevens, they remain apart on a future together," Barrett said on Wednesday night.
"There's at least three clubs in Victoria keen on him, there's at least one club outside of Victoria also keen on him.
"He does remain a required player in the Bulldogs' eyes, (but) they need to negotiate a few things."
Stevens has played 69 career games since making his debut for West Coast in 2010. He played 11 games with the Eagles after being selected with pick No.23 in the 2009 National Draft, before being traded to the Bulldogs at the end of the 2012 season.
He has played seven games this season, averaging 24 disposals, six score involvements, 3.3 marks and 5.1 tackles per game.