Ghana international, Edwin Gyasi has dismissed reports of signing pre-contract with Turkish SuperLig side, Besiktas.
The talented winger has been on the radar of the Black Eagles over the years and will join the club this summer as this portal has reported earlier.
However, on Friday, reports went rife in the Ghanaian media indicating that the CSKA Sofia winger has signed a pre-contract with the Turkish giants.
The 28-year-old is also been chased by other top clubs in Europe.
Gyasi is a free agent this summer.
Gyasi, speaking exclusively to Footballghana.com, he dismissed those reports and insisting there is an interest to play for the club but no contract has been signed.
“I am surprised with such publication,” he said. “I must say I am disappointed because with the situation we find ourselves, such things should not happen.
“We all miss football but at the right football will be back. I have not signed pre-contract with Besiktas and I have not agreed personal terms with the club.
“Obviously every player would love to play for Besiktas because it’s a big club.
“I love Turkey and I would love play in their league,” he added.
Gyasi was a key player for CSKA Sofia before the suspension of football around the globe due to the outbreak of coronavirus.
Gyasi has played for the likes of Aalesund, Telstar, De Graafschap, FC Twente and Heracles Almelo.