MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 27: Kamdyn McIntosh of the Tigers trains during a Richmond Tigers AFL training session at Punt Road Oval on September 27, 2019 in Melbourne, Australia. (Photo by Quinn Rooney/Getty Images)

Richmond winger Kamdyn McIntosh is reportedly looking at his options for 2020, despite recently signing a new deal with the Tigers.

McIntosh was a premiership player with the Tigers in 2017, but missed out on both their VFL and AFL flags this year after being left out of both grand finals.

AFL.com.au’s Mitch Cleary told Trade Radio that despite signing a two-year extension in July, McIntosh is weighing up his future at the Tigers.

“Kamdyn McIntosh is an interesting one,” Cleary told Telstra AFL Trade Radio.

“He’s re-signed; he is contracted for the Tigers for next year at least – he is definitely looking at his options.

“I’m not sure of any concrete suitors for Kamdyn McIntosh, but it’s a watch this space on him.

“It’s not only the Grand Final, I think he’s a bit upset and maybe a bit disappointed he wasn’t able to crack a spot in the senior team in the back half of the season, so Kamdyn McIntosh is looking elsewhere.”

McIntosh played the first 16 games of the season for the Tigers, before being dropped following their win over GWS in Round 17.