ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 07: Josh Jenkins of the Crows celebrates a goal during the AFL First Qualifying Final match between the Adelaide Crows and the Greater Western Sydney Giants at Adelaide Oval on September 7, 2017 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by Michael Willson/AFL Media/Getty Images)

The Herald Sun is reporting that Adelaide’s Josh Jenkins, Port Adelaide’s Sam Gray, Essendon’s Jayden Laverde and Geelong’s Charlie Constable are yet to find any interested parties.

Jenkins is the biggest fish of the four, but his hefty contract, which lasts until the end of 2021, seems to have deterred clubs from making an offer for the tall forward. Jenkins is still reportedly hopeful of securing a move away from the Crows in the upcoming trade period.

Small forward Sam Gray has not been offered a new contract by the Power, who have allowed the 27-year-old to test the waters this offseason. Although Carlton and St Kilda have been linked to the South Australian, both clubs are expected to chase bigger fish next month.

Laverde is still contracted for next season at the Bombers, but is reportedly “up for grabs”, with the key forward failing to break into the Essendon side. At just 23, Laverde has time on his side, but his injury-prone history has stifled the interest in his services.

Geelong’s Constable is reportedly looking for more senior opportunities after spending his rookie season on the fringe of the Cats’ midfield.

The 20-year-old, who is under contract until the end of 2021, was originally involved in a potential deal for St Kilda’s Jack Steven, but the interest in the round two Rising Star nominee has since “cooled”.