Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa is wanted by "many clubs" this summer, according to the shot-stopper's agent.
The agent of Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa has revealed that his client has courted interest from "many clubs" as a result of his World Cup exploits.
Ochoa emerged as one of the tournament's standout performers in Brazil, producing a series of impressive displays to help his nation reach the last-16 stage of the tournament.
Consequently, the 28-year-old free agent has been linked with Bosman moves to the likes of Arsenal and Liverpool, but Jorge Berlanga claims that he awaits a "concrete offer" from prospective suitors.
"Many clubs are interested in my client, but we still have not received any concrete offers," Berlanga told TuttomercatoWeb.
"Now it is normal that many clubs will be interested in him after he played so well at the World Cup."
Ochoa was powerless to prevent El Tri from being eliminated from the tournament as two late goals from the Netherlands saw Miguel Herrera's side denied a quarter-final place.
The former Aj Ajaccio shot-stopper left the Ligue 2 outfit this summer after three years in Corsica.
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