Saudi Arabian club Al Nassr have announced the signing of West Ham forward Modibo Maiga - although the London club say nothing has been confirmed.
A tweet from Al Nassr's official account on Monday said that the 27-year-old Mali international had signed a two-year contract with the Riyadh-based outfit.
But there has been no notification from the Hammers and, when contacted by Press Association Sport, a spokesman said nothing has been confirmed yet.
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The tweet from @AlNassrSaudiFCe read: "#ALNASSR signed a 2 year contract with former @whufc_official's forward, Modibo Maiga. Congratulations."
Maiga joined West Ham for £4.7 million from Sochaux three years ago but has since had loans at QPR and Metz, having failed to establish himself in the Premier League nor win over West Ham fans with more than a handful of uninspiring performances.
If he does leave, he does so having scored in West Ham's 4-3 defeat to Bournemouth in the Barclays Premier League last weekend. The 27-year-old managed just seven goals in 43 appearances for the club.