GOLD COAST, AUSTRALIA - JULY 29: Peter Wright of the Suns and Ivan Soldo of the Tigers compete for the ball during the round 19 AFL match between the Gold Coast Suns and the Richmond Tigers at Metricon Stadium on July 29, 2017 in Gold Coast, Australia. (Photo by Chris Hyde/Getty Images)

Gold Coast is open to trading 203cm forward Peter Wright in the trade period, according to Suns GM of Football Operations Jon Haines.

Wright failed to add to his 66-game career in 2020 and the Suns could test the waters in the trade period, as a number of clubs are in the market for a key forward.

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“Guys who are that height, who kick the ball really well, and get around the ground are going to generate interest,” Haines told AFL Media.

“From our point of view, Pete is contracted but he’s within his rights to understand what level of interest is out there as well.

“I think the bottom line is we‘ll be open-minded, but he sits as a contracted player.

Will Brodie is also linked with a move away from the Suns and has generated interest from Essendon.

The 22-year-old is contracted until the end of 2022, but the Suns will not stand in his way if he decides to leave.

“We understand also he [Brodie] is a really driven young man that wants to play AFL footy,” Haines said.

“In terms of this upcoming trade period there’s no doubt there will probably be interest from other clubs in a player like Will, so we just need to see how that plays out.

“We believe in Will, we’re committed to him.”