Reports of a possible deal that would send RSL striker Yura Movsisyan to SK Slavia Prague are overblown, according to Movsisyan's agent Patrick McCabe.
MLS Transfers reported Friday that Movsisyan was closing in on a free loan to the Champions League club and that meetings were ongoing that day.
"We've had several clubs reach out about Yura's availability," McCabe said.
Nothing, however, is on paper, according to McCabe.
"I don't respond to rumors," RSL general manager Craig Waibel said. "Only paper offers are real offers."
Rumors have been circulating throughout the summer transfer window of trade and loan talks involving the Armenian striker.
"Yura's not looking to leave Salt Lake," McCabe said.
On the other hand, a change of scenery has the potential to boost Movsisyan's playing time.
Movsisyan, RSL's leading scorer (6 goals), clashed with coach Mike Petke over that matter back in May.
The designated player started half of the past 10 league matches that he was available. A hip injury kept him out of RSL's 4-1 win in Portland Wednesday.
According to numbers released by the MLS Players Union, as of April 15 Movsisyan was the club's highest paid player.
— Maddie Lee