He is keen to remain in South Australia if the Crows were able to find the right price for the in-form big man.
Keath, 27, has played just the 29 games for the Crows after a prolific cricket career prior to his switch to the AFL, and might be keen to sign a heavy contract based on his delayed start and current form.
Despite reports, the Demons won’t be one of several Victorian sides keen on luring Keath away from the Crows, with a move on the cards likely if Adelaide are to low-ball the star defender.
The Crows are currently in talks with Keath’s manager Neil McMullin, as the club are keen to strike a deal that will satisfy both parties.
Keath’s 2019 season has beckoned talks of an All-Australian nomination, meaning the Crows will have to price a deal higher than first thought.