Marco Fabián has been looking for a team that would give him another chance after his contract with Liga MX's team Bravos of Juárez ended up six months ago, as his performances on the pitch weren’t good enough for the team.
Recently, he even offered Chivas to join them for free as he stated that money wasn’t a problem for him, as he was looking to go back to the team he has more affection for. “I grew inside that institution and I feel really affectionate towards them.”
He even said that he and his agent were negotiating with the club, but neither the ownership or Marcelo Michel Leaño, Chivas’ coach, have interest in adding the player to the squad, even if they’re in need of a striker, as the lack of goals they had last season might still be a problem.
His future could be in Central America
On recent years, Mexican players that no longer have a chance in Liga MX have looked to Central America, where as Miguel Ángel Landín or “Gullit” Peña, were they have set their eyes to continue their soccer career. Marco Fabián could join Oribe Peralta in El Salvador next season, as both players are free agents but want to continue playing.