Kieren Jack has not ruled out a switch to rugby league.
Sydney Swans star Kieren Jack says he is open to the possibility of a switch to the NRL.
The AFL-playing son of rugby league legend Garry Jack told Triple M radio on Thursday he would definitely consider making a switch if he was approached by an NRL club.
“You’d never say never, I tell you,” Jack said.
“I mean I loved rugby league as a kid, I certainly did but I’ve found a path in AFL and I’m rapt with that, but I mean I can certainly see why players do it.
“It’s certainly a big challenge and there is a bit of a financial reward there but the challenge it offers these players, it can be really rewarding.”
The 27-year-old has played 170 AFL games since making his debut 2007.
His father Garry played 244 games for the Balmain Tigers and represented New South Wales on 17 occasions.