Gold Coast, Hawthorn and Richmond appear set to meet at the trade table on Monday, with the trio of clubs likely to combine for deals that will see Mabior Chol and Jacob Koschitzke find new homes.

The proffered trade, first reported by Mitch Cleary of 7News, is set to see the Tigers send a pick to the Hawks' nest in order to secure Koschitzke's signature, while that same pick will then be moved on to Carrara, allowing Chol to join Sam Mitchell's side.

The three-party deal arose in the wake of talks between Richmond and Hawthorn regarding the 23-year-old's true price, with the Tigers reportedly unwilling to part with a top-25 pick to bring Koschitzke to Tigerland.

Since being drafted with the 52nd pick of the 2018 draft, Koschitzke - the cousin of former Saint, Justin Koschitzke - has failed to cement a role alongside Mitch Lewis in the Hawks' forward arc, with the Murray Bushrangers product featuring at senior level on 48 occasions for 54 goals.

Richmond, now under the tutelage of former Demons assistant Adem Yze, has hopes that Koschitzke can improve his output when working in tandem with dual leading goalscorer Tom Lynch.

At present, the Tigers are currently armed with picks 29, 50 and 68 at the 2023 AFL Draft.

With Chol still contracted at Carrara for a further two seasons, if Richmond is to part with a sole pick to set the deal in motion, it may need to be their opening selection.

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 24: Brodie McLaughlin and Mabior Chol of the Suns celebrate following the 2023 VFL Grand Final match between the Gold Coast SUNS and the Werribee Tigers at IKON Park on September 24, 2023 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Morgan Hancock/AFL Photos via Getty Images)

Though Chol remains Hawthorn's main offensive priority entering the trade period's second week, Jack Gunston requested a trade back to Waverley last week after the solitary season as a Lion in 2023.

While the Hawks and Lions alike were reportedly blindsided by the veteran's request to return south, Cleary has since claimed that Hawthorn has begun to put themselves in a position to resecure Gunston's signature due to the acquisition of late picks in Saturday's Tyler Brockman trade with West Coast.

Though the Hawks hold the 4th, 33rd and 54th selections at November's draft, Cleary also pressed that Brisbane had also made inquiries as to the availability of the Hawk's mid-season recruit Brandon Ryan.

Ryan, 25, spent the first half of the 2023 season playing with VFL outfit Northern Bullants before making three appearances for Sam Mitchell's side, slotting four goals in the process.

Standing at 200 centimetres, the Barwon Heads native also remains contracted to the Hawks until the cessation of the 2023 season.

The 2023 AFL Trade period is set to conclude on Wednesday, October 18.