ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA - JUNE 23: Alex Keath of the Crows is pictured during a training session prior to a press conference at AAMI Stadium on June 23, 2018 in Adelaide, Australia. (Photo by Daniel Kalisz/Getty Images)

In-form Crows defender Alex Keath is attracting “serious interest” from a number of Victorian Clubs, suggests Fox Footy’s Tom Morris.

Carlton, Melbourne, St Kilda and North Melbourne are all reportedly interested in the 27-year-old, who remains uncontracted past this season.

Keath has enjoyed a breakout season in 2019 under Don Pyke, gaining attraction from Victorian clubs to lure him back home.

“There is serious interest in Alex Keath – and it’s not just Melbourne,” Morris told SEN.

“St Kilda, North Melbourne and Carlton – they are all going to make a play for him if he hasn’t signed by the end of the year.”

It’s believed that the clubs circling Keath’s signature will be able to offer three times the amount the tall-backman is currently earning with Adelaide.

“The Crows are well known for being quite strong on the bargaining table, they’re not going to give up more than what they think he’s worth,” he added.

“He’s been heavily underpaid through his performances so far this year, and there are clubs that will come for him and they will offer him triple what he’s on now.”

Since switching codes from Cricket, Keath has managed 25 games for the Crows after joining the club in 2015, where he signed as a Category B rookie.