Triple M's Jay Clark says Western Bulldogs premiership player Luke Dahlhaus is "out the door", with a four-year deal on the cards elsewhere in Victoria.
Dahlhaus is a restricted free agent and is yet to sign a deal with the Bulldogs beyond 2018.
Clarky joined Triple M's Rush Hour with plenty of trade news, especially concerning the premiership midfielder.
The 26-year-old - who missed the back end of the season with an ankle injury - asked the Bulldogs for a five-year deal, which they declined, according to Clarky.
"I think Dahlhaus originally asked the Bulldogs for a five-year deal, which they baulked at," he told Triple M.
"Now the door's ajar for a move."
Clark said Dahlhaus's likely destination was Geelong.
"Four-year deal, I think it's $450,000 a year," he revealed.
"This makes sense to me, because they need more tackle pressure."