After spending the last two weeks on the reserves after a poor start to the season, speculation is starting to grow about Travis Cloke's future at Collingwood.
Speaking on 1116 SEN Breakfast, radio host Francis Leach says he believes Cloke's management has been in contact with the Tigers about moving to the club.
Cloke has managed just the three goals in two weeks in the reserves, but did majority of his time in the ruck on the weekend, gaining 22 disposals and getting his hands on the ball.
Cloke does have some strong ties to the Tigers, with his father David, while also playing for Collingwood, representing the Tigers throughout his playing career during the 1970's through to the early 90's, playing 333 games.
Francis: "I'm hearing Travis Cloke's people have been in conversation with the Richmond Football Club for a month or two"— SEN Breakfast (@SENBreakfast) May 1, 2016
However, while palming off other questions about his struggling club, football operations manager Dan Richardson says the club has not had any discussions with the struggling forward.
Francis: "They've been exploring possibilities about his future, and it's not out of the question he might play at Richmond at some stage"— SEN Breakfast (@SENBreakfast) May 1, 2016
Listen to full interview with Dan Richardson and Francis Leach below.