The Panthers are facing a salary cap crisis and are believed to be desperate to offload several stars to free up funds, reports The Daily Telegraph.
According to The Daily Telegraph, Penrith have 13 players on pricey long-term deals, accounting for an estimated $5 million-plus portion of the $9m salary cap.
The players who are on contract for at least another two seasons are Dallin Watene-Zelezniak, Nathan Cleary, Waqa Blake, Reagan Campbell-Gillard, Wayde Egan, James Fisher-Harris, Jack Hetherington, Jarome Luai, Viliame Kikau, Liam Martin, Josh Mansour, Dean Whare and Isaah Yeo.
It comes amid news that former captain Dallin Watene-Zelezniak reportedly wants out of the club, requesting an immediate release after getting dropped last week.
Should DWZ be dealt, the Panthers will be faced with an estimated $4 million to cover the salaries of the remaining 18 players not on long-term deals.
According to The Daily Telegraph, Josh Mansour, James Maloney, and Dylan Edwards could all be shown the door as the club looks to ease their salary cap pressure.