Gold Coast have rejected Hawthorn's first offer for contracted forward Mabior Chol, with the Hawks offering the Suns a future third-round pick whilst also hoping to gain a pick in return.

Whilst Chol is contracted for a further two years there is interest in luring him back to Victoria after he was only selected at AFL level eight times this season. The out-of-favour forward had a strong VFL finals series, kicking five goals against the Box Hill Hawks to secure a grand final appearance for the Suns.

According to News Corp, Gold Coast believes that they should receive greater compensation for Chol as Hawthorn is reportedly offering him a four-year deal with a five-year trigger.

Meanwhile, Hawthorn was reportedly looking for a pick inside the top 25 from Richmond for wantaway forward Jacob Koschitzke. Hawthorn had offered him a one-year deal which he turned down, instead requesting a trade to Richmond as they seek a Jack Riewoldt replacement.

Richmond believes Koschitzke is worth a third-round pick.

GOLD COAST, AUSTRALIA - APRIL 23: Mabior Chol of the Suns celebrates a goal during the round six AFL match between Gold Coast Suns and North Melbourne Kangaroos at Heritage Bank Stadium, on April 23, 2023, in Gold Coast, Australia. (Photo by Chris Hyde/Getty Images)

Hawthorn are also set to lose young forward Tyler Brockman, who requested a trade to West Coast. However, Fremantle are said to have offered him a four-year deal on Thursday afternoon in an effort to land him, with the Hawks reportedly keen on the deal as they seek to land Liam Henry at Waverley Park.

However, Brockman remains keen on being traded to West Coast.

Fremantle are also set to lose small forward Lachie Schultz to Collingwood, with the Victorian requesting a move east despite his contract status.