Liverpool transfers: Guillermo Ochoa reveals ‘several proposals’

Liverpool transfers: Guillermo Ochoa reveals that he has received "several proposals" from interested clubs this summer

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Guillermo Ochoa has revealed that he has received “several proposals” from clubs in Europe as the Mexico goalkeeper considers his future.

The 28-year-old goalkeeper has been touted as a target for Arsenal and Liverpool in recent weeks after his impressive displays at the World Cup in Brazil.

It all depends on the team and where it gets presented

Guillermo Ochoa

Ochoa, capped 63 times by Mexico, is a free agent after coming to the end of his contract with French side Ajaccio.

“I have received several proposals,” said Ochoa. “They are from French teams and others from Europe.

“I am going to enjoy this spare time and, in two weeks, when I have taken a decision, I will let the press know.”

“It all depends on the team and where it gets presented. But I will go there being convinced of my decision, being happy, and obviously with the idea of playing.”

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