A pair of Giants are said to be in the sights of rivals following reports that both Isaac Cumming and Harry Perryman have drawn interest months ahead of the exchange period.

Beginning his days in orange and charcoal after being drafted with the 20th pick of the 2016 AFL Draft, Cumming has earned his reputation as a damaging defender.

Across the course of his 75 starts for the Giants, the 25-year-old has averaged just shy of 20 disposals per game, as well as more than 4.8 rebound 50s each week.

Byt the end of the 2024 season, the uncontracted Cumming will have given the Giants eight years of service, allowing the defender to meet the markers of restricted free agency.

And while no doubt settled in Sydney's West, News Corp has reported that Cumming could soon draw offers from the Sunshine State, with Gold Coast said to be keen to snare his signature.

Elsewhere at Tom Wills Oval, Cumming's teammate Harry Perryman could also be in line for an off-season shift, with the impending free agent on Port Adelaide's radar.

Perryman, a fellow 25-year-old with New South Welsh roots, has called the Harbour City home after being selected six picks earlier than Cumming in the 2016 draft.

And with an ability to hit the scoreboard and fill a role behind the ball, Port's interest in Perryman is more than warranted, given the premiership contender's desire to steel several posts whilst in their window.

Perryman has been selected in the undefeated Giants' mouthwatering clash against Carlton on Saturday.