BRISBANE, AUSTRALIA - MAY 01: Charlie Cameron of the Lions and Miles Bergman of the Power challenge for the ball during the round seven AFL match between the Brisbane Lions and the Port Adelaide Power at The Gabba on May 01, 2021 in Brisbane, Australia. (Photo by Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images)

Port Adelaide's Miles Bergman is reportedly attracting rival interest from interstate, reportedly on the radar of several Victorian clubs.

Bergman has played all eight games for the Power this year, averaging 15.8 disposals and 2.6 tackles per game in what is the final year of his current contract.

Per reports from the Herald Sun, the 21-year-old is weighing up his options ahead of a possible extension with the Power, whom he made his debut for in Round 1, 2021.

Bergman was originally drafted by the club with Pick 14 in the 2019 National Draft and has since played 41 games for the Power, but now the Sandringham product is attracting interest after a strong start to his 2023 campaign.

The young gun inked a two-year deal back in 2020 to recommit to the club, but speculation Victorian clubs are interested in luring him back to Melbourne has been swirling since 2022.

Port Adelaide would reportedly seek a first-round draft pick in exchange for the 21-year-old, but is keen to see him remain at the club beyond the 2023 season.