Confusion surrounds the future of NBA free agent Jeremy Lin after a proposed move to Russian powerhouse CSKA Moscow fell apart. Lin had been reported to be the Super League side’s top target, but conflicting reports have emerged since it became apparent he will not be making the move to the Russian capital. Several media outlets have reported the former Toronto Raptors man rejected the Euroleague side and current Russian champions. It is said Lin is not interested in a move to Europe now and wants to wait for interest from an NBA team. Numerous news kept popping up about Jeremy Lin’s refusal to join CSKA Moscow. However, there were no talks at all. The club was not interested in him, particularly in view of his health condition. — Andrey Kartashov (@LeDr0n) July 30, 2019 <!--//--><![CDATA[// ><!--\n\n\n//--><!]]> However, Andrey Karshashov, a sports journalist for Russian news agency TASS has said the side were never interested in Lin and there were never any talks between club and player. “Numerous news kept popping up about Jeremy Lin’s refusal to join CSKA Moscow,” he wrote on Twitter. The deal between Jeremy Lin & CSKA Moscow falls apart, I am told. The free agent guard turned down CSKA Moscow's proposal because he is not interested, at least for now, to sign in Europe. Lin awaits for NBA offer to come but if nothing happens, I wouldn't rule out China for him — Emiliano Carchia (@Carchia) July 30, 2019 <!--//--><![CDATA[// ><!--\n\n\n//--><!]]> “However, there were no talks at all. The club was not interested in him, particularly in view of his health condition.” Injuries have been a problem for Lin in recent seasons ever since he tore a patellar tendon when at the Brooklyn Nets. That injury, suffered in the first game of the season, forced him to miss the whole of the 2017-18 season. He was then traded from the Nets to the Atlanta Hawks before moving again to the Toronto Raptors at the end of last season, where he won the NBA championship. ‘Rock bottom’ Jeremy Lin feels like NBA has ‘given up’ on him Lin, who is in Asia on a promotional and charity tour, struggled to hold back tears when talking about the difficulty of free agency during a Taiwanese television interview. In that, he described free agency as “rock bottom” for him and that he had been let down by the NBA. “Free agency has been tough because I feel like, in some ways, the NBA has kind of given up on me,” he said. Lin has indicated he would be happy to play in Asia in the future.