MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 20: Jack Graham of the Tigers high fives fans after winning the AFL Preliminary Final match between the Richmond Tigers and the Geelong Cats at Melbourne Cricket Ground on September 20, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

Two-time premiership Tiger Jack Graham is the subject of trade speculation once more after being spotted meeting with Port Adelaide officials while touring the club.

The 24-year-old has been linked with a move back home to South Australia, having been drafted in 2016 while playing with North Adelaide in the SANFL.

Graham played 20 games for the Tigers this season, averaging 18.1 disposals, 4.8 tackles and 1.9 clearances per game.

The Tiger still has one year remaining on his current deal with Richmond, but has now been spotted meeting with Port coach Ken Hinkley as he toured the facilities at Alberton, fuelling speculation he may be heading to the exit at Punt Road.

Richmond's pursuit of Tim Taranto and Jacob Hopper has Graham's spot in the Tiger's 22 less than guaranteed heading into 2023, should they obtain the pair, leaving him reportedly open to entertaining a trade.

Port Adelaide's football manager Chris Davies spoke on AFL Trade Radio on Tuesday, confirming that the club would take an interest in any player wanting to come home.

"We have got interest in South Australian players who might be interested in coming home, definitely," Davies said.

"Jack is obviously a good player. I am not sure where his situation is at with Richmond.

"But any player who ... is from South Australia and wants to come back, we have got to take an interest in them."