WEST Coast midfielder Matt Rosa is understood to have attracted interest from several clubs and is believed to be considering making a fresh start at a new home.
The 28-year-old Victorian, who has one year remaining on his contract, was a substitute for the Grand Final and was on the fringes of the strong Eagles midfield in 2015.
He could potentially slip further down the pecking order in 2016 after the Eagles used pick No.17 to recruit Brisbane Lions midfielder Jack Redden and traded ruckman Callum Sinclair to secure Sydney Swans' speedster Lewis Jetta.
Rosa has played 168 matches with West Coast since making his debut in 2005 and played 17 games with the Eagles this season, but started four games as the substitute including the decider.
West Coast, which was furious with the compensation it received for losing free agent Scott Selwood to Geelong, has just two established ruckmen on its list - Nic Naitanui and Scott Lycett - after trading Sinclair to the Swans.
Sinclair, who played 20 games in a breakout year in 2015, opted to accept a substantial offer from the Swans, allowing the Eagles to bring in Jetta.