Jack Graham during the 2022 AFL Round 19 match between Richmond and Fremantle (Photo by Cameron Grimes / Zero Digital Media)

The impending arrivals of Tim Taranto and Jacob Hopper via the trade table next month could see premiership Tiger Jack Graham depart Punt Road, with the 24-year-old reportedly open to a trade.

With the South Australian's midfield minutes already constricted across the course of 2022, the injection of the Giants duo could see Graham pushed further down the pecking order, a reality that remains far from ideal.

Despite Graham being contracted for the 2023 season, SEN's Sam Edmund has reported that the dual premiership winner and Jack Titus medallist could be coaxed from Tigerland, should the price and positioning be right.

While no suitors have been labelled as yet, Port Adelaide's interest in Josh Dunkley as a midfield/forward hybrid shows there is an itch to be scratched at Alberton.

Ahead of signing his most recent extension in 2020, Edmund stated that Graham's services had been sought by both Carlton and Adelaide.

Graham's tenure at Tigerland commenced after being selected with the 53rd pick of the 2016 National Draft.

The Tea Tree Gully junior tasted premiership success in 2017 whilst playing in just his fifth AFL game.

Graham has since made a further 92 appearances at the level and has been slated as Richmond's potential captain in waiting.