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Guillermo Ochoa could leave Club America when Liga MX ends and an MLS team would pay $ 3 million

Club America will have to look for a new goalkeeper since Ochoa is very close to closing his transfer to an MLS team

Guillermo Ochoa could leave Club America when Liga MX ends and an MLS team would pay $ 3 million. Club America will have to look for a new goalkeeper since Ochoa is very close to closing his transfer to an MLS team.
Guillermo Ochoa could leave Club America when Liga MX ends and an MLS team would pay $ 3 million. Club America will have to look for a new goalkeeper since Ochoa is very close to closing his transfer to an MLS team.

While Guillermo Ochoa once again established himself in the Club America arc, his relationship with Miguel Herrera would make him want to leave America next season. The constant fights between Ochoa and Herrera would have been the trigger for Ochoa to say enough and start listening to the offers from different clubs. An MLS team has an advantage over the rest since it would be willing to pay the $ 3 million that Ochoa costs.

More and more Mexicans decide to leave Liga MX to play in the MLS. The future of MLS is very promising and they also earn salaries similar to those in Europe without having the pressure they have in Liga MX. All Mexicans who are in MLS are very happy to have chosen that league for their career.

For this reason, Nashville FC would be interested in signing the Club America goalkeeper. If Guillermo Ochoa is transferred to Nashville SC, he will undoubtedly be the best goalkeeper in MLS. Currently in Liga MX that award for best goalkeeper is disputed with Nahue Guzman, goalkeeper for Tigres. Nashville SC would have already begun negotiations to be able to count on Guillermo Ochoa.

If Nashville SC wants to stay with Guillermo Ochoa, it will have to pay almost $ 3 million for him. While it seems like a high price, it is very reasonable for a goalkeeper of Ochoa's level. Remember that Ochoa is still the goalkeeper of the Mexican team. After many years in business, Ochoa continues to show why a team would be interested in investing in so much money.

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