Despite his solid performance for Mexico at the World Cup, goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa has not had any job offers for the upcoming season, his agent, Jorge Berlanga, told AS.com.
"There's lots of interest from the clubs but on the table, there is no proposal, nothing," Berlanga said of Ochoa, whose free agency began on Tuesday. "Normally, offers show up shortly afterward. The other thing is that before the World Cup we did reject a few proposals, anticipating the great job that Guillermo would do at the World Cup."
Ochoa's contract at Ajaccio ran out at the end of the season following the club's relegation down to Ligue 2, but Ochoa is expected to get competitive offers after helping Mexico get into the World Cup knockout round before being eliminated by the Netherlands 2-1 on Sunday.
Ochoa, who allowed three goals in the 360 minutes, finished the tournament with 10 saves in four matches, including six in a 0-0 draw against Brazil and has been linked to Atletico Madrid, Milan, Liverpool and even Barcelona, before the Catalan club sealed a deal with Claudio Bravo.