Young Tigers fringe player Connor Menadue is being targeted by Fremantle according to reports from's Mitch Cleary.

The 23-year-old played just six games for the Tigers this season and has struggled to break into the side after being drafted in the 2014 National Draft.

The former 33rd pick is out of contract and could move to the Dockers in order to seek more playing time at AFL level.

"He has been on these one-year deals for quite some time, he’s being courted by Fremantle. Connor Menadue has interest from the Dockers," said Cleary on AFL Trade Radio.

"Clearly the Dockers are looking at life after Ed Langdon and Bradley Hill on the wings, so they’re looking at Connor Menadue to potentially fill one of those slots."

Menadue has played 39 games in five seasons with Richmond and has shifted from the wing to a role off half-back when in the Tigers side.