North Melbourne have reportedly made a "big offer" to West Coast free agent Elliot Yeo in a bid to lure the Eagles free agent to Arden Street.

Yeo is an unrestricted free agent in 2024 and has been tied with other clubs as he weighs up his future, with West Coast said to have offered an underwhelming extension to the 30-year-old.

The premiership player is rumoured to have strong interest from Adelaide, who could offer a three-year contract to the often injury-hit midfielder, while clubs from Victoria also weigh up moves for Yeo's services.

North Melbourne, who are set to look at experienced midfield options on the open market, are also making a lucrative play for Yeo, according to Footy Classified's Caroline Wilson, who has revealed the club's interest and three-year offer to the veteran.

A "big offer" is said to be on the table for Yeo to consider a switch to the blue and white, while Geelong are also said to be keen on acquiring the explosive ball winner.

"We know that Adelaide have made a big offer for Elliot Yeo, he's an unrestricted free agent. We also know North have gone for some big fish in the last 10 years. This could be their best chance yet," Wilson said on Monday.

"I know Elliot Yeo is getting a bit older, we've heard the coach say that they need an experienced older midfielder to help that young midfield.

"I understand the offer is at least three years and it's a big offer. Although Geelong have shown interest in Elliot Yeo, he could be heading to Arden Street next year."

The Kangaroos have also been tied to Port Adelaide midfielder Ollie Wines this year, however the Brownlow medallist is contracted for the coming seasons and, unlike Yeo, would cost North Melbourne capital in a trade.

With Yeo an unrestricted free agent, the Eagles can't prevent the long-serving utility from opting for a move elsewhere at season's end.

The Western Australian recently addressed rumours of Adelaide's significant interest, noting his attention is strictly on his football.

"That's up to my manager to handle," Yeo told 96FM last month. "For me, it's just about trying to get back on the park and play football.

"All that external noise, you just have to block it out. Because your main job and your main role is pretty much play football. So that's all I've got to worry about at the moment.

"That's my main focus and my main goal at the moment, not anything else that's going on around otherwise it can sort of fester and eat you up."

In 2024, Yeo is averaging over 23 disposals per game for the first time since 2019, while his mean of 7.64 clearances this season is a career-best rate.