The 2022 trade period is open, with all 18 clubs set to continue their wheeling and dealings to both add and subtract from their list for next season.

In what shapes to be one of the most significant exchange periods in the league's history, we've looked to identify each club's top target for the off-season.

Here's your side's priority signing as the 10-day trade window opens...

2. Brisbane

Josh Dunkley

The Lions' only trade target after Jack Gunston looks to move to Brisbane through free agency.

The departing Hawk may be involved in a trade to help the Lions hold the best compensation possible for the departure of forward Daniel McStay, but even then Dunkley remains a priority for Brisbane.

Pick 15 alone might get the deal done. It won't be ideal for the Dogs, but they won't be getting close to the two first-round picks they demanded two years ago from Essendon for the onballer.

Brisbane may look to involve their future first-round pick instead as they look to pile as many draft points as possible to secure father-son prospects Will Ashcroft and Jaspa Fletcher through the National Draft.

Dunkley will add another layer to the Lions' already star-studded midfield, likely complementing star pair Lachie Neale and Hugh McClugagge.

Dunkley will also offer a formidable forward-midfield rotation along with the likes of Zac Bailey and Cameron Rayner.