Parramatta officials are sick of their players being linked with rival clubs and have raised concerns with the NRL.
The move comes as Jarryd Hayne publicly denied he was considering an approach from the Bulldogs and speculation about whether Will Hopoate will join the club next season.
In addition, recruits Nathan Peats, Justin Hunt and Brendan Santi have get-out clauses in their contracts now Ricky Stuart is not the coach. The Eels have already lost Queensland Origin forward Josh Papalii and English enforcer Gareth Hock after they backed out of deals and want to ensure their playing roster is intact for a new coach to start next season.
Exactly who that will be remains unclear but Sin Bin can reveal that Cronulla's Shane Flanagan has been mentioned as a potential target. Flanagan, who began his coaching career with Parramatta's SG Ball team after a knee injury forced him into retirement while playing for the club until 1994, is contracted to Cronulla for another season.
There is also renewed speculation Brian Smith may return to the club he coached from 1997 to 2006 as a coaching director, while his brother Tony was named in a column by Mal Meninga last weekend as one of the candidates for the Raiders coaching job before the board decided to appoint Stuart.