Former Super Eagles coach Stephen has been touted for the Orlando Pirate coaching job following the exit of Eric Tinkler.
According to Africanfootball.com Keshi’s agent, Tim Sukazi confirmed in a telephone call that there offers for the 2013 AFCON winner.
“Yes there are clubs that are interested in him (Keshi) in the Premier Soccer League,” said Sukazi.
“Unfortunately I cannot divulge who are those clubs and that can spoil the negotiations but I can tell you there are offers for him.
“Look, I cannot say he’s still in the country because he never came in the first place – those reports were false.
“He’s very keen to work in the country because the PSL is one of the biggest leagues in the continent.”
If things go the way of the former Super Eagles captain he will be the second Nigerian to have handled Orlando Pirates after Shaibu Amodu did in the 1996/97 season.
Keshi was relieved of his duties as handler of the Nigerian national two years after leading the team to her third AFCON triumph in South Africa the Confederations Cup and the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.