After parting ways with Kaizer Chiefs at the end of the previous season, defender Tsepo Masilela is still on the lookout for a new club.
According to his agent, Mike Makaab of ProSport International, there is nothing concrete as yet and they are looking for a deal.
The left back was released by Amakhosi after struggling with injuries as he fell down the pecking order with Chiefs preferring Philani Zulu.
With former coach Steve Komphela preferring Zulu at the left back spot, the 33-year-old subsequently fell down the pecking order at Naturena and was eventually deemed surplus to requirements.
Speaking to Goal on Sunday, Makaab revealed they are not holding talks with anyone for now, but are working hard to find a new club for the ex-Bafana Bafana defender.
Latest reports have linked the experienced defender with a move to Chippa United, but the agent has dismissed the reports.
Although the defender was reportedly heading for a trial to South America after spending his off-season on holiday in the United States, Makaab said the defender is back in the country.
On the other hand, Makaab stated that there is nothing new with regards to his other client Ayanda Gcaba, who parted ways with Orlando Pirates despite talks that he could join Black Leopards.
The former Free State Stars left back joined Pirates in 2012 and was also deemed surplus to requirements since the arrival of coach Milutin Sredojevic last season.
Due to lack of game time in the 2017/18 season, the versatile campaigner was loaned out to Platinum Stars in January, but has since been released by the Soweto giants.
Moreover, the defender previously told Goal that he is training alone at home as his agent is working on offers, but has been linked with Lidoda Duvha in recent times.
“There is nothing new on Gcaba and Masilela, we are still working on finding clubs for them,” Makaab told Goal.
“Masilela is back from United States and were are looking for a club, but no links yet and no talks or links with Chippa,” he added.
“We are not only looking at the PSL, but both local and offers from abroad for Tsepo,” concluded the representative.