ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 25: Karl Amon of the Power kicks the ball during the round six AFL match between the Port Adelaide Power and the St Kilda Saints at Adelaide Oval on April 25, 2021 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by Daniel Kalisz/Getty Images)

Port Adelaide wingman Karl Amon may be on the move at the end of the year as Victorian clubs come calling.

According to, the Hawks are showing interest in the 26-year-old, while St Kilda, who pursued the then-contracted Amon in 2018, are also in the mix.

Talks of Amon's contract at Alberton have been pushed to the end of the year, with the winger considering his options. He is expected to be classified as an unrestricted free agent, meaning that Port Adelaide will not be able to match any offer to the wingman.

Amon's 2022 campaign, along with the Power at general, has disappointed after a stellar 2021 where he featured in the All-Australian squad.

He was initially omitted by Port Adelaide for its Round 6 clash with West Coast for what would be his first missed match since 2019, but won a reprieve through Miles Bergman's illness to play in the victory.

Since then, Amon has strung back-to-back games with 23 disposals or more, with an average of 683.5 metres gained. He will look to continue that response when the Power face the Bulldogs at Adelaide Oval on Friday night.

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If Amon were to join the Hawks, he would be the third Power player to cross, joining Chad Wingard and Jarman Impey.

The Hawks have been busy this week, also reported to be sniffing around hamstrung Bomber Kyle Langford.

For a club expected to habit the lower third of the ladder, the Hawks have impressed this season under first-year coach Sam Mitchell, currently 3-4 ahead of an enticing clash with arch-rival Essendon.