Liam Gill could swap Queensland for Melbourne with rumours in Australia that the openside is on his way to the Rebels.
The 22-year-old Wallaby is apparently a target for a number of teams, with the Rebels leading the chase according to Fox Sports.
Born in Melbourne, Gill is reportedly keen on playing for Australia at next year's Olympics, while he remains an outside bet for the Wallabies' World Cup squad.
Gill would be the latest Reds player to join the Rebels, following the likes of Scott Higginbotham and Mike Harris in making the move, although he would face strong competition for a spot in the back row.
Higginbotham and Sean McMahon have both impressed this season, while Colby Fainga'a shone in this weekend's win over the Blues.