UPDATE: At Thursday's SuperDraft, Real Salt Lake GM Craig Waibel denied the rumor:
“Social media is telling me that I did something that apparently I haven't heard about yet. It's news to me. I'm seeing it the same way you are. I haven't gotten a phone call yet.
“I don't eliminate anyone from my thought process. I can assure you as of this second right now, he's not gone anywhere.”
Yura Movsisyan might be on his way back to Real Salt Lake, and Sebastian Jaime could be on his way out.
According to a report out of Chile, RSL is nearing a loan of the 28-year-old striker to Chilean club Universidad Catolica.
Jaime arrived at RSL in August 2014, moving from Chilean club Union Española to sign a Designated Player contract with Salt Lake. He failed to find the back of the net in six appearances in his first year in MLS, but scored five times in 20 regular season games in 2015.