The 23-year-old, who is under contract with the Dogs until the end of 2022, has been pushed out of midfield this year and is reportedly looking elsewhere for a major coup for the bombers.
Channel 7 Mark Stevens spoke to Western Bulldogs CEO Ameet Bains on Saturday, who said the club was not interested in trading the on-baller.
“It doesn’t happen,” said Bains Channel 7.
“He’s not going anywhere.”
After Orazio Fantasia, Joe Daniher and Adam Saad announced their intention to leave the company in the past few weeks, Dunkley’s interest in joining the Bombers would mean a big win for the club.
Wantaway’s 20-year-old Ganta midfielder Jye Caldwell also asked Essendon for a deal this week. The club offered him a four-year contract.
Dunkley played 12 games this season with an average of 18 strokes and almost six tackles.
According to AFL Media’s Callum Twomey, the bombers are also considering recruiting Josh’s brother Kyle Dunkley, who was recently delisted from Melbourne.
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