The Eagles are set to re-sign veterans Josh Kennedy and Shannon Hurn as well as Jack Redden on a trio of one-year deals.
However, due to salary cap pressure, those deals will all be on reduced rates to what the three have usually come to expect.
Fox Footy's Tom Morris is reporting that the Eagles are facing a salary cap squeeze as they look to re-sign a number of off-contract stars.
According to the report, the Eagles won't need to lose any stars to fit everyone in.
Sydney this year look set to lose Jordan Dawson, George Hewett and Dylan Stephens due to cap pressure.
While last year Collingwood had to let go of Adam Treloar, Tom Phillips and Jaidyn Stephenson as they conducted a fire sale of sorts to help control their salary cap.
However, even with stars like Tim Kelly, Nic Naitanui, Andrew Gaff and Jeremy McGovern on big money deals, West Coast are confident they will be able to hold on to everyone they desire.
Liam Duggan is expected to put pen-to-paper in coming weeks with the left-footer and the club discussing details on a new deal.
The cap squeeze one player out though, with Nathan Vardy opting to retire after his contract offer was significantly less than expected. He decided the contract on offer wasn't worth putting off starting the next chapter of his life.
Jarrod Brander, Josh Rotham, Luke Foley, Jamaine Jones and Xavier O'Neill are all out of contract and yet to be offered new deals at this stage.