SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 29: Rhys Palmer of the Giants takes a mark during the round #22 AFL match between the Greater Western Sydney Giants and Carlton Blues at Spotless Stadium on August 29, 2015 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Craig Golding/Getty Images)

REPORTS: GWS midfielder Rhys Palmer likely to join Carlton

It looks as though yet another Greater Western Sydney player could be on the way to Carlton, joining a long list of ex-Giants players to make the move to Princess Park.

The Blues signed Jeb Lamb, Lachie Plowman, Laim Sumner and Andrew Phillips from the Giants last year, while Caleb Marchbank and Jarrod Picket are also expected to join the club this off-season.

According to SEN reporter, Brett Anderson, onballer and former rising star winner, Rhys Palmer is also likely to join the Blues this week.

Palmer joined the Giants from Fremantle at the end of 2011, after four seasons and 53 games at the Dockers.

The 27-year-old struggled for regular senior football this season, managing just four games, despite some impressive performances in the NEAFL. He has played a total of 122 games in his career, averaging 18.6 disposals, four marks and three tackles.