AFL.com.au's Nathan Schmook shares his opinion on what Port Adelaide's Trade period activity might look like.

Indicative draft picks: 26, 31, 39, 51, 53, 89

Who they're after: Orazio Fantasia has nominated the Power as his preferred club after requested a trade out of Essendon. The Power have identified contracted Sydney defender Aliir Aliir as a player of interest as they seek to fill the void left by versatile big man Justin Westhoff. 

Who's on the table: They're not lining up at the exit door at Alberton after a stellar 2020. The club and Ollie Wines have been emphatic he is staying, while the club is keen to hold ruckman Peter Ladhams. Young defender Riley Bonner has been reported as a player of interest to the Bombers, but it is not clear if the Power would move him.             

Who's in limbo: Jarrod Lienert was in and out of the team this season and remains uncontracted, while list sizes will determine whether midfielder Jake Patmore and rookie Martin Frederickreceive new deals. Hard-working small forward Boyd Woodcock should earn an extension after making his debut in 2020.  

Who's already gone: Joe Atley, Wylie Buzza, Tobin Cox, Brad Ebert, Riley Grundy, Cam Sutcliffe, Jack Watts, Justin Westhoff  

Dream trade period: Landing Fantasia in a deal that reflects his recent output rather than higher ceiling would be a win for the Power after five games in 2020 and more injury issues. Pick No.26 could be a fair swap. The club will also need to facilitate a trade for Aliir. If it can pull off these deals and still have the assets to match a bid for explosive Next Generation Academy player Lachie Jones, whose name is likely to be called in the first round of the NAB AFL Draft, it will be a win.