Medeama insists they have heard nothing from Hearts of Oak concerning a possible bid for Justice Blay.
Reports claimed on Thursday that Hearts of Oak have approached the Mauve and Yellows for the signature of the talented midfielder.
But Medeama have sharply denied the media reports, insisting there has been no approach from the Phobians.
“We have been asked this question a number of times and I can confirm there has been no approach from Hearts,” Medeama communications chief Patrick Akoto said.
“Hearts is a professional club and know what to do if they are interested.
“Any approach would need to be done by the rules. But as we speak there is absolutely nothing like that from Hearts of Oak.”
The 28-year-old has returned to Tarkwa after a successful loan spell at Asante Kotoko. Medeama have set a $200,000 price tag for Blay.
Kotoko are believed to be the front-runners for his signature after an impressive 12 appearances for the Porcupine Warriors.
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