Port Adelaide will listen to trade offers for Chad Wingard this offseason, according to The Adelaide Advertiser.
Wingard’s name has surfaced in the rumour mill over the past month, and the report states the Power won’t be putting an untouchable tag on the two-time All-Australian.
President David Koch clarified “no-one is off the trade table” after Port’s season ended.
Wingard is out of contract at the end of 2019.
Last month on SEN Breakfast, Sam Edmund from the Herald Sun revealed a “big Victorian club” has enquired about Wingard’s availability.
However, Wingard’s manager denied those claims later that week.
“Chad’s contracted,” Tom Petroro told SEN’s Time On.
“The reality is, he is a required player at Port and Port and I have had no discussions (about him leaving).
“I’ve had constant discussions with (list manager) Jason Cripps almost weekly and I haven’t had any discussions with any other clubs
“So I wouldn’t have thought that anything was happening there.”