Kangaroo Bailey Scott has been linked with a move to the Geelong Cats from North Melbourne.

The North Melbourne winger was drafted as a father-son pick in the 2018 National Draft, also being eligible to be taken by Geelong as a father-son selection as well having an allegiance with the Gold Coast Suns as an academy pick.

He has thrived as a flank player this season, averaging a career-high 18 disposals per game and has played 46 games for the Roos.

However, despite North offering a multi-year dear to remain at Arden street, the 22-year-old has been linked with a move down the highway to Kardinia Park, per reports from The Herald Sun. 

New North coach Alastair Clarkson would ideally like to keep the promising talented player, but Geelong is reportedly already in talks with Scott's management.

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Geelong has been linked to several players ahead of the 2022 trade period, with players such as GWS midfielder Jacob Hopper and Collingwood ruckman Brodie Grundy linked to the club.