Recently, rumours on the other side of the Atlantic have been circulating that former Barcelona centre-back would be coming out of retirement to lace up his boots one more time for MLS outfit Colorado Rapids.
However, the move has since been rebuffed by the club, according to MLS.com.
Reports in the Denver Post had claimed that the offer had not been extended to the 36-year-old World Cup winner, but the club had instead opted not to comment on the story.
The Rapids need bolstering in other areas than the defence, as they are still the only MLS side to not have found the net in four games this season.
Hopeful that designated player Kevin Doyle will start finding his feet soon, the club have apparently decided that they have no room for the Tarzan like defender.
However, Puyol could still be in line for a move to the States as Spanish press Mundo Deportivo claim that he is being linked with a return to the game, but with new MLS side New York City FC.