ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 30: Josh Jenkins of the Crows reacts during the round 15 AFL match between the Adelaide Crows and the West Coast Eagles at Adelaide Oval on June 30, 2018 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by Daniel Kalisz/Getty Images)

Geelong has emerged as a landing spot for wantaway Crow Josh Jenkins, according to AFL.com.au’s Mitch Cleary.

The Cats were believed to be weighing up a move for the veteran forward on Tuesday afternoon behind a push from former teammate Patrick Dangerfield, while coach Chris Scott and list boss Stephen Wells slowly coming around to the idea.

The 30-year old is prepared to take a pay cut on the final two years of his deal to move clubs, which is $500,000-$600,000 per season.

The Crows are also willing to pay a part of his wage, meaning Geelong might only need to pay him as little as $200,000 a year while only trading a late pick to acquire him.

“Geelong is weighing up a pursuit for Josh Jenkins. He’s got a million dollars left on a two-year contract,” Cleary told Telstra AFL Trade Radio.

“He’s put his hand up and said he is willing to take a pay cut. The Cats are also willing to do a deal with the Crows that sees them pay a portion of that wage.

“They could be paying as little as $200,000 of Jenkins’ wage for the next two seasons and a large part of this is former teammate Patrick Dangerfield getting in the ears of the Cats officials and I think they might be coming around to it.”