Colo-Colo lines up Silva move
Colo-Colo players have been told the club is finalizing a deal with Cruz Azul midfielder Francisco Silva, according to ADN.
Atlanta United midfielder Carlos Carmona also is a target, but La Maquina may be more eager to make a deal. Silva could be seen as surplus after the addition of Carlos "Gullit" Pena in the midfield.
Layun's agent makes Sevilla trip
Miguel Layun's agent took a trip to Sevilla to negotiate with Real Betis about a potential move for the Mexican left back to the La Liga side, according to Onda Cero.
Layun has been linked with other La Liga sides like Alaves and Celta de Vigo and a handful of other European teams. He is hoping Porto will approve a loan move so he can get minutes ahead of this summer's World Cup.
Real Salt Lake after Mexican international Duenas
Real Salt Lake is after Mexican international and Tigres midfielder Jesus Duenas according to MLSsoccer.com .
The report states the MLS side spoke with the 28-year-old Duenas, who has spent the entirety of his career with the reigning Liga MX champions, about joining during the league's offseason.
Benfica denied Jimenez loan offer
Club America made an offer to sign Raul Jimenez on loan from Benfica but was turned down, according to O Jogo .
Las Aguilas were looking to strengthen their attack and thought a return to Mexico City for Jimenez would be on the table with his sporadic minutes. The Portuguese side, however, wasn't willing to let the forward move.
Mexico turned down England friendly
Mexico declined an offer to play England in a pre-World Cup friendly, according to Fox Deportes .
La Ultima Palabra host Andre Marin reported the Mexican federation balked at the likelihood that Fox would hold the television rights for the match and turned down a June 7 match. Costa Rica will play England on that date, the English FA announced Jan. 10.
Romero, Zelarayan not bound for River Plate
After being linked with River Plate during the winter both Club America forward Silvio Romero and Tigres midfielder Lucas Zelarayan are set to stay in Liga MX, according to Record.
America was willing to sell Romero after retooling its attack but couldn't come to a financial agreement with the Argentine giant. Los Millonarios were hoping to get Zelarayan on loan but Tigres didn't feel it had a replacement for the depth midfielder.
Hernandez targeted by LAFC
Major League Soccer expansion side Los Angeles FC are interested in West Ham striker Javier Hernandez, according to the Evening Standard.
Hernandez joined the Hammers from Bayer Leverkusen for £16 million last summer, and West Ham would reportedly need to recoup their investment in order to sell the Mexican international.
LAFC begin their first MLS season in March and could pair Hernandez with his international team-mate Carlos Vela, who has signed from Real Sociedad.
Spain the next destination for Alanis
Oswaldo Alanis' contract saga is set to come to a close with Chivas agreeing to let the center back play out his contract and then move to La Liga, according to Medio Tiempo .
The 28-year-old declined to sign a contract extension and the club wanted to hold him out. Now, his agent has negotiated a deal that will see Alanis play with the Rebano Sagrado before making a move to either Getafe or Real Betis.
Efraín Juárez joining Vancouver
Though the clubs have not made the move official, Efrain Juarez is seemingly set to join the Vancouver Whitecaps from Liga MX side Monterrey.
The Mexico international, 29, gave an interview to ESPN Radio Formula in which he says the MLS side "honestly made me feel like Coutinho, very important."
Tigres make Nasri offer
Tigres have made an offer to bring Samir Nasri to the club, according to Todo Mercado .
Nasri currently is with Antalyaspor but the same firesale that led Jeremy Menez to leave the Turkish side for Club America could have Nasri moving to the north of Mexico. Tigres are rumored to have offered the Frenchman an 18-month deal to join his compatriot Andre-Pierre Gignac.
Veracruz nearing deal for "Cubo"
Veracruz has expressed interest in bringing Erick "Cubo" Torres to the club, according to the Houston Chronicle .
Additional reports say Torres is currently in his hometown of Guadalajara and may not head back to the United States. Torres scored 14 goals for the Dynamo in the 2017 season but just three of those came once the calendar turned to July.