Olofinjana coy on exit talk
Seyi Olofinjana is remaining tight-lipped regarding speculation linking him with a move to Monaco.
By Giscard Gourizro
Last Updated: 16/07/09 11:20am
Seyi Olofinjana is remaining tight-lipped regarding speculation he could be set for an imminent move to Monaco.
The Stoke City midfielder has been strongly linked with a switch to France of late, despite having spent just 12 months at the Britannia Stadium.
Reports suggest Monaco are prepared to pay €2.5million (£2.1m) for the combative Nigeria international.
That would represent a loss for Stoke, who shelled out £3million to take the 29-year-old away from Wolves last summer.
Olofinjana, who was also said to be on Marseille's wish list prior to their capture of Stephane Mbia, insists no deal has been agreed as yet, but he has refused to rule out the possibility of leaving Stoke during the transfer window.
"I can't talk about any transfer, but things will move quickly soon," he told skysports.com.
"I am fine here, but in football you never know. Let's wait and see what happens.
"There is nothing to say at the moment, but the French league is a very good league and Monaco are a very good club."