The leading contenders to land the vacant Carlton coaching job has reportedly narrowed to two names.

According to 7 News' Tom Browne, former Brisbane coach Michael Voss and Richmond assistant Adam Kingsley are believed to be at the top of newly-appointed football director Greg Williams' list.

Browne's report suggests Bombers assistant Daniel Giansiracusa isn't favoured in comparison to the aforementioned duo following the Blues' latest interview processes.

ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 13: Michael Voss midfield manager of the Power looks on during the round 21 AFL match between Port Adelaide Power and the Collingwood Magpies at Adelaide Oval on August 13, 2017 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by Daniel Kalisz/Getty Images)

All three candidates have been closely linked to succeed David Teague at Ikon Park, however Kingsley and Voss are now shaping to share the front seat.

Voss, who has had an influential tenure with Port Adelaide under coach Ken Hinkley, was understood to have been in contention for the Carlton senior coaching job following Brendon Bolton's sacking.

Now, a further two years later, Voss could be appointed as the successor to Teague - the man that was elected to take over from Bolton.

Both Voss and Kingsley had also reportedly held interviews with Collingwood for their recently-vacant senior coaching position, with Hawks assistant Craig McRae eventually being appointed.

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Williams and board members Tim Lincoln and Patty Kinnersly, football boss Brad Lloyd and former Blues premiership coach David Parkin are leading the clubs' sub-committee to find a new senior coach.

Now-former chief executive Cain Liddle was a member of the search sub-committee, however has since been axed and replaced by highly-regarded Geelong CEO Brain Cook.