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Copa quarterfinal, title projections

Copa America
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 By Tom Marshall

Mexico's Guillermo Ochoa feels wanted in Granada after loan from Malaga

Guillermo Ochoa
Guillermo Ochoa is eager to earn more playing time with Granada.

Mexico goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa is hoping for better fortune in his one-year loan at Granada after struggling for minutes at Malaga.

Ochoa starred for El Tri at the 2014 World Cup and signed with Malaga from Ligue 1 minnows Ajaccio in the aftermath, but he was swiftly relegated to the bench behind No. 1 Carlos Kameni.

The 31-year-old featured in just 13 matches last term and sealed a loan move to Granada last weekend.

The former Club America stopper said he didn't think twice in considering the...

 By Tom Marshall

Giovani dos Santos hopeful of second chance with Mexico national team

Giovani dos Santos sits down with SportsCenter's Diana Russini to talk about his move to MLS and his absence from El Tri.
The ESPN FC panel discuss whether or not Giovani dos Santos should have rejected his call-up to play in the Copa America.

LA Galaxy forward Giovani dos Santos isn't regretting his omission from Mexico's squad for the team's disastrous Copa America Centenario, but he is hoping to return to El Tri.

The 27-year-old's name was left off Mexico's squad for the June tournament, with coach Juan Carlo Osorio suggesting it was the player's decision.

Asked on ESPN's SportsCenter if he had any regrets about his no-show, former Barcelona player Dos Santos' answer was a brief "no."

But that doesn't necessarily mean it is the end...

Benfica's Raul Jimenez most expensive Mexican player in history - reports

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Raul Jimenez has reportedly cost Benfica €22 million in total.

Striker Raul Jimenez has reportedly become the most expensive Mexican player in history after Benfica announced on Thursday they have purchased the second 50 percent of his rights from Atletico Madrid.

Jimenez's move in total is reported to add up to €22 million, surpassing the previous transfer record for former Mexico international Nery Castillo (reported to be €20m Euros), as well as topping Carlos Vela's move to Real Sociedad and Javier Hernandez's transfer to Bayer Leverkusen last...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Mexico could open hex on road in United States after CONCACAF draw

One Nacion's John Sutcliffe and Tom Marshall discuss Juan Carlos Osorio's future and Chivas Guadalajara's new Mexican-American signing, Alejandro Zendejas.
The U.S. and Mexico could be playing each other as early as November.

The United States will host Mexico in the countries' first game of the final round of World Cup qualifying, should the Americans win their current group.

CONCACAF conducted the draw for the fifth round -- the "hexagonal" or "hex" -- on Friday, though the fourth round will not conclude until September.

The top two teams in each of the three fourth-round groups advance, with the six teams competing in a 10-game round-robin from November 2016 to October 2017.

Mexico is assured of first place in Group...

 By Tom Marshall

Andres Guardado calls for Mexico to move on after 7-0 loss to Chile

ESPN FC's Shaka Hislop explains whether or not Andres Guardado will make a move to Major League Soccer.

For Mexico captain Andres Guardado, it is time to move on.

The wound from the 7-0 Copa America Centenario quarterfinal loss to Chile may be still raw and will take time to heal, but after the lessons are learned, he believes the team and players need to start looking ahead.

"It is something that is going to stay in the history of Mexican football, but we aren't going to do anything if we keep thinking of the 7-0 all our lives," said Guardado in an exclusive interview with ESPN's John Sutcliffe for...