Western Australia is suddenly looming as a destination club for several players this off-season.
Western Bulldogs defender Marcus Adams has become the latest to request a trade home to WA.
The Herald Sun reports that Adams has asked the Bulldogs to orchestrate a trade with either Fremantle or West Coast. However, he is contracted for 2017 and is said to be happy to remain at Whitten Oval is a trade cannot be facilitated or if the club is unwilling to trade the 23-year-old.
Adams enjoyed a brilliant first season at the Kennel, playing 11 games after making his debut in Round 1 against Fremantle, however, a serious foot injury cut his season short in Round 15.
Fellow defender Joel Hamling is also weighing up a move back to WA, with the Dockers keen on securing his services.