Hawthorn has delisted small forward Oliver Hanrahan after 29 games with the club.

Hanrahan was drafted in 2018 and never managed to play more than 13 games in a season while at the Hawks. Those 13 appearances came in 2021 where he managed to kick eight goals.

He had been linked with Gold Coast and Geelong earlier in the year with reports suggesting the Cats and Suns had previously "asked the question" of the 22-year-olds future.

However, according to Fox Footy reporter Tom Morris, GWS and St Kilda are now looking at a potential move for Hanrahan.

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GWS had been keen to add Luke Breust to its list with the small forward position identified as an area they'd like to improve.

Meanwhile, Geelong has delisted big-bodied midfielder Charlie Constable. However, Channel 7 reporter Mitch Cleary is reporting that Geelong has agreed to delist Constable but may take him back.

GEELONG, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 30: Charlie Constable of the Cats celebrates kicking a goal during the round two AFL match between the Geelong Cats and the Melbourne Demons at GMHBA Stadium on March 30, 2019 in Geelong, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

"Geelong has agreed to delist Charlie Constable to make him available to other clubs as a Delisted Free Agent," Cleary tweeted.

"Should he not receive any interest elsewhere, there remains a possibility he will be re-rookied by the Cats."

Constable has played just 12 games in three seasons at Geelong.