Melbourne high flyer Jeremy Howe looks increasingly likely to seek a fresh start at a new club.

Howe’s manager, Ben Niall, confirmed that the 25-year-old has met with the Gold Coast Suns and said two other Melbourne clubs are also interested.

“I think he’s more likely to go than stay at this stage,” Niall told AFL Trade Radio.

“The ball is in his court to make a decision through next week while he’s away.

“What we’re looking for is if he gets in the right environment and he can play in one role which has been an issue for him and master that role he’s got enormous capacities the money will take care of itself.

“He’s an elite endurance runner … be he’s a dominant repeat sprinter.

“He’s got an amazing capacity to get up and down the park as a wingman or high half forward.”

Howe has played 100 games after being taken by Melbourne with pick No. 33 in the 2010 National Draft.