Ochoa aware of Liverpool rumours

Mexican goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa remains happy at Ajaccio amid on-going reports of a move to Liverpool.

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Guillermo Ochoa: Linked with Liverpool s

Guillermo Ochoa: Linked with Liverpool s

The 27-year-old claimed in February the Anfield club had tried to sign him in the past along with sides from Spain, Germany and Italy.

With Jose Reina's future uncertain, Liverpool continue to be linked with a return move for Ochoa and he is aware of the rumours but is in no rush to leave Ligue 1 outfit Ajaccio.

Regarding his future, he told Mediotiempo: "I only know what is said sometimes in the press.

"I have heard in Mexico that there is a type of interest from Liverpool but I have to let things happen."

Ochoa also said: "Ajaccio are getting better each day and we all feel that we are doing our work correctly in the first division.

"I feel very well, in the professional and sporting way. Physically, I am also very well.

"I am happy with my team, things are getting sorted out in the correct way and the team is advancing."


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