MELBOURNE, VICTORIA - SEPTEMBER 06: Kamdyn McIntosh of the Tigers celebrates a goal during the AFL First Qualifying Final match between the Richmond Tigers and the Hawthorn Hawks at Melbourne Cricket Ground on September 6, 2018 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Michael Dodge/AFL Media/Getty Images)

Richmond defender Kamdyn McIntosh may reportedly be pried out of Tigerland, if he doesn’t get back into the Tigers’ side during the finals.

McIntosh was a mainstay in Richmond’s side up until round 17, but hasn’t played a senior game since then, after being dropped to the VFL.

Herald Sun reporter Sam Edmund believes McIntosh’s future with the Tigers isn’t guaranteed, despite the 25-year-old signing a two-year extension with the club earlier this year.

“Kamdyn McIntosh is interesting, he re-signed two months ago at Richmond on a two-year deal, I think he might be gettable though,” he told SEN Breakfast.

“He’s out of the side, his last game was Round 17, he’s out of favour suddenly. If he doesn’t play finals, watch this space.

“If a club came for McIntosh, his head might be turned.”

While McIntosh might have a decision to make regarding his future, it looks as though midfielder Brandon Ellis may have already made his.

“Brandon Ellis is gone too. He won’t stay there,” Edmund said.

The Tigers will take on Brisbane next Saturday night in their qualifying final.