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PORT Adelaide will meet with Hawthorn on Monday to discuss a trade for contracted speedster Jarman Impey.

Impey's contract with Port runs until the end of 2018, but has opted to leave for Hawthorn, choosing them over the Western Bulldogs. reported last month Impey could be on the way out

Port Adelaide list manager Jason Cripps said at Etihad Stadium on the opening morning of the NAB AFL Trade Period he would sit down with Hawthorn list manager Graham Wright.

"I'll meet with Graham Wright and Hawthorn today and we'll see where that ends up," Cripps said.

"Obviously he's a contracted player but we'll endeavour to see if we can facilitate a trade that works for Jarman, and more importantly, the football club."

Wright said he expected it would take a selection in the NAB AFL Draft to land Impey.

"I think a pick, but as I said, I haven't spoken to Port Adelaide, so I'm not sure why they think," Wright said.

Hawthorn's first pick this year is currently No.32.

The Hawks could see Impey running through the midfield.

"He's got genuine speed. Obviously been an important player to them over the last few years and can play at both ends of the ground. We think he could possibly go through the midfield as well," Wright said.

Cripps said he hadn't received word from Melbourne forward Jack Watts about where he wants to play next year.

Watts, who was encouraged by the Demons to explore his options, is reportedly set to pick the Power.

"We expect an answer this week," Cripps said.

Geelong restricted free agent Steven Motlop toured Port last Friday, but Cripps said he hadn't received an update.

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