Swans GM Kinnear Beatson has detailed Sydney's off-season plans, speaking on the futures of Lewis Melican and Harry Cunningham, while dismissing Matt Crouch rumours.

Speaking on AFL Trade Radio, Beatson was confident that Melican would continue his career at Sydney, despite rival interest.

"It looks like (Lewis) will stay with us," he said

"The saints did express some level of interest in Lewis, but when they brought in Zaine Cordy that dried up pretty quickly.

"Lewis is contracted for a further year, so I'd be pretty confident that he'll remain with us."

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JULY 22: Leiws Melican of the Swans looks on during the round 18 AFL match between the Sydney Swans and the St Kilda Saints at Sydney Cricket Ground on July 22, 2017 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Cameron Spencer/AFL Media/Getty Images)

Beatson also confirmed that Cunningham would remain at the Swans, with the medium defender re-signing for another two years.

Cunningham is an important leader for the Swans, who will be aiming to bounce back after a tough Grand Final defeat.

When asked about Adelaide's out-of-favour midfielder Crouch, Beatson was quick to shut down the rumours.

"No, we haven't spoken to matt or his management about him coming to Sydney," he said.

"Not sure where that rumour comes from, but no, that won't happen."

Sydney are still hoping to make a trade for wantaway Bomber Aaron Francis in an otherwise quiet trade period for the club.

The Swans re-signed veteran Lance Franklin, defender Jake Lloyd and livewire forward Tom Papley this off-season after strong AFL seasons.