The Mexican goalkeeper will not return to Ajaccio but says two clubs already have been in contact about his services for the future.
Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa will not be without options this summer after his contract with Ligue1 minnows Ajaccio terminates.
The 28-year-old said Wednesday he already has at least two possibilities to continue his career in Europe.
“In France and somewhere else,” Ochoa told reporters. “I’m relaxed because I already have a couple of options, (although) I haven’t yet made a decision.”
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Joining Marcelo Bielsa’s Marseille has been a reoccurring rumor surrounding Ochoa – and one the player has admitted is attractive – as well as interest from AC Milan, according to quotes from the player’s agent last month.
Ochoa has stated on numerous occasions that his priority is to stay in France to obtain European Union citizenship but said Wednesday he wouldn’t rule out a move to another European country if it was to an attractive club.
Ochoa is preparing with the rest of the Mexico squad in Mexico City ahead of the World Cup, but he is no certainty to start games in Brazil, with coach Miguel Herrera indicating that all three of his goalkeepers – Jesus Corona, Alfredo Talavera and Ochoa – can still claim the No. 1 shirt.