La nota sobre el aparente interés del Everton por Ochoa ya se difundió por todos lados. A diferencia de rumores anteriores, la nota tiene origen en un medio inglés, a través de The People. Les dejamos aquí la nota que originó el tema del día, la probable salida de Ochoa para la temporada que pronto arrancará en Inglaterra.
publicada en The People
MEXICAN RAVE FOR EVERTON
EXCLUSIVE BARCLAYS PREMIER LEAGUE
By Alan Nixon
Everton boss David Moyes is making a shock move for Mexico keeper Guillermo Ochoa.
The 23-year-old, who plays for Club America in his homeland, is keen to come to England and his camp were in talks with a senior Everton money man last week.
Moyes already has Tim Howard as his No.1 and negotiations with Ochoa – rated at £4million – are a surprise.
Ochoa, nicknamed ‘Memo’, has been a regular in the Mexico side since he was 20 and is highly regarded.
The Everton ‘Mr Fixit’ is very influential and is trying to persuade Ochoa that he has a future on Merseyside as a potential long-term replacement for American Howard.
Moyes has chased players far and wide without much success.
Many of his targets are linked to wheeler-dealing agent Pini Zahavi, who is close allies with Everton backers Robert Earl and Philip Green.
Zahavi is trying to bring over Argentinian striker Diego Milito, from Real Zaragoza, and Portuguese star Joao Moutinho.