PERTH, AUSTRALIA - JULY 27: Mason Wood of the Kangaroos celebrates a goal during the round 19 AFL match between the West Coast Eagles and the North Melbourne Kangaroos at Optus Stadium on July 27, 2019 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)

North Melbourne duo Mason Wood and Ben McKay could be on their way out of the club, amidst reports that the pair will be seeking opportunities elsewhere.

According to SEN Breakfast’s Sam Edmund, Wood and McKay’s time at the club is winding down, with the former linked to a move to Sydney.

“It’s very likely Mason Wood’s North Melbourne career is about to come to an end,” he said.

“The Kangas are happy to put him up for trade. It’s likely he’s going to be involved in a deal with the Swans, maybe even with the likes of Tom Papley.

“The Kangas have a lot of players in that position. They’re really impressed with Cam Zurhaar, Jack Ziebell plays there as well.”

McKay is the other whose time at Arden Street is anything but certain. The 21-year-old has only played four games for the Roos since being drafted with their first selection in the 2015 National Draft.

“Ben McKay is the other one. Hearing he’ll look for more opportunity as well,” Edmund said.

“He’s contracted until the end of 2021, so he’s got security, but he’s only played the three games this year. Keep an eye on Ben McKay.”

Rhyce Shaw’s men will be hoping to finish their 2019 campaign in style when they take on Melbourne this weekend.