Tyrone Peachey's agent Sam Ayoub has revealed the NSW Blues utility still remains unsure about where his future lies beyond this season.
Last week, news broke surrounding Peachey's three-year deal with the Titans that he signed in March, with the 27-year-old reportedly telling Ayoub to get him out of the contract.
Peachey then came out and said he had made no such remarks, although he was considering backflipping on the contract, given he didn't want to relocate his young family.
Ayoub this week told The Daily Telegraph the Titans shopped Peachey to another club without his consent, although the Titans have since come out and refuted that statement.
“They offered him to another club without his knowledge, not once but twice,” Ayoub told The Daily Telegraph.
“Why would a club do that and why would a player want to play for a club that has done that to him?
“It appears hypocritical that they want to hold onto a player whom they have discretely been trying to offload behind the scenes.”
As it stands, Ayoub believes Peachey won't be joining the Titans, suggesting he hasn't had his concerns addressed in over six weeks.
“Contrary to what the Titans have said in the public, I went and raised Tyrone’s concerns with the club,” Ayoub added.
“I hoped the concerns would have been addressed six weeks ago but I’ve had nothing come back to me of any constructive nature.
“In fact, there has been no direct contact with the player on any significant level other than to say we want you here and we’ll talk to you.
“At the expense of not embarrassing the club, I certainly won’t detail that publicly but the procrastination and lack of attention will eventually lead to further investigation.
“It is amazing because a little action and care earlier would have avoided all of this.”
Following a rule put in place after Daly Cherry-Evans' backflip on a deal with the Gold Coast in 2015 to remain at Manly, Peachey is unable to back out of the deal, with the Titans needing to release him before he can sign for another club.