Adam Treloar celebrates a goal for the Giants. Picture: Rohan Kelly Source: Herald Sun.

Richmond and North Melbourne are prepared to offer GWS midfielder Adam Treloar six-year deals to lure the youngster home to Victoria.

The Herald Sun has revealed that the Roos and Tigers have both pitched lucrative long term deals to Treloar, in an attempt to lure the out of contract Victorian back home, after missing out on Dan Hannebery.

Collingwood is also interested in the 22-year-old, reportedly offering a five-year deal worth $700,000 – $750,000 per year.

Treloar has been in stellar form this season, and is fast becoming a genuine star of the competition, averaging 27.5 disposals per game.

He has expressed his desire to stay at the Giants and help the club achieve success, however, if he chooses to stay, he will likely earn far less than he is capable of earning on the open market, after the Giants recently secured the signatures of several young stars, including Jeremy Cameron and Dylan Shiel.