The Age's Jake Niall is reporting that there is a strong chance Amon will return to a Victorian club, with the Saints, Hawks and Demons identified as the likely landing spots as Port Adelaide and Amon have decided to park contract talks until mid-season.
It is unclear how the Demons would find room to include Amon in their salary cap, while Hawthorn has just registered their interest in him at this stage.
St Kilda is firming as the club of choice should Amon switch club, having also previously requested a trade to St Kilda within the last five years, and growing up as a Saints fan, while his mother, Katrina, has recently joined the Saints this year as the club's Indigenous development officer.
Amon can simply depart to his club of choice as an unrestricted free agent, with Port able to receive compensation at the draft as a result.
He is coming off a career-best 2021 season where he was named in the 40-man All Australian squad and finished fourth in Port's best and fairest.
So far in season 2022, he has averaged 23.1 disposals, 4.3 marks, 5.6 tackles and 6.1 inside 50s from seven matches.