Out-of-contract Western Bulldogs forward Stewart Crameri may return to his former club at the end of the season, with the Bombers interested in the 29-year-old forward.

The Bulldogs are yet to offer Crameri a new deal to remain at Whitten Oval, and AFL.com.au believe that deal will not eventuate, meaning he will need to look elsewhere to continue his career.

Crameri debuted for Essendon in 2010 and played 57 games for the Bombers, before heading to the Dogs at the end of the 2013 season on a four-year deal worth around $450,000 per season.

40 of his 42 games in red, white and blue came in his first two seasons at the Dogs, with his 2016 season wiped out due to a doping ban, while only playing two games in 2017 because of a hip injury.

"I've had a little bit of interest (from other clubs), and I'll work through that with my manager and go from there, so I'll see how things play out," Crameri told the media as he arrived for his exit meeting last month.

"The doctors have ticked off (my hip injury), so I can't wait to start pre-season and have a 2018 campaign not to forget. I can't wait."

Crameri has kicked 166 goals from his 99 career games, and has averaged 14.6 disposals, 4.2 marks and 2.9 inside 50s per game over his career.