MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - MARCH 31: Adam Treloar of the Magpies celebrates a goal during the 2018 AFL round 02 match between the Collingwood Magpies and the GWS Giants at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on March 31, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Adam Trafford/AFL Media/Getty Images)

Adam Treloar’s future appears more and more uncertain at Collingwood amid reports that the club is trying to trade him.

The question on everyone’s mind – which rival club best suits the star midfielder?

There has been recent speculation that Treloar may be targeted by the Western Bulldogs if the Josh Dunkley to Essendon trade happens.

According to Essendon legend Tim Watson, Treloar would be a perfect fit for the Bulldogs.

“He’d be a great player for the Bulldogs because of the way that he plays and how he can run and spread and all that type of thing. He gives another dimension to that midfield,” he told SEN Breakfast.

“He’d fit in with that style of football.”

Former Melbourne skipper and fellow SEN breakfast host Garry Lyon agreed with Watson’s view.

“My world he would (fit in at the Bulldogs). He’s a run and gunner,” Lyon said.

“He’d get 1000 possessions at the Western Bulldogs.”

Brisbane have indicated they are not interested in the 27-year-old despite his wife’s impending move to the Sunshine State play for the Queensland Firebirds netball team.

As for the Gold Coast Suns, club Chairman Tony Cochrane told SEN that for the Suns to be interested, Treloar will have to want to come, as they will not forcefully chase him.

Treloar is wanting to stay in Victoria and according to AFL Trade Radio’s Mitch Cleary Victorian teams are monitoring the situation very closely.

Treloar is contracted with the Pies until the end of 2025 on a back-ended deal reportedly worth close to $900,000.