The agent of South Africa-based midfielder Edwin Gyimah says he is not aware of any interest from South Africa giants Orlando Pirates in the Ghanaian after his impressive outing in the country's top-flight last season.
Reports in the South African media indicates that Orlando Pirates are looking at adding SuperSport United midfielder-cum-defender Gyimah in their books.
Gyimahâ€™s agent, Mike Makaab of ProSport International, however told the Siya crew that there has been no formal approach from Pirates for the Ghana midfielder.
â€œI have heard about the rumour linking Edwin to Orlando Pirates, but I can confirm that Iâ€™ve not had any talks with the club with regards to him joining them,â€ Makaab told the Siya crew.
â€œIn any case, Edwin has a long term-contract with SuperSport and if Pirates want him, then they have to talk to them first. Itâ€™s only when the two clubs have agreed, that I will be involved,â€ added Makaab.
Gyimah made 22 starts and one substitute appearance for Matsatsantsa a Pitori last season, and remains an integral part of the SuperSport team.
However, a source close to him told the crew that the 23-year-old Ghanaian player wants to move to a bigger club to increase his chances of getting a national team call-up.
Gyimah, who played for Wa All Stars in Ghana before moving to South Africa, could get his wish if Pirates and SuperSport agree on a deal.