Mexican goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa said after America’s elimination in the league that he would negotiate a renewal with the Azulcrema team, but the goalkeeper had an attitude that surprised the management of the Americans and owner Emilio Azcárraga.
According to W Deportes, Emilio Azcárraga would be angry with the Mexican goalkeeper, as Ochoa would have asked for his renewal to be discussed after the tournament, however, as soon as América was eliminated, he left Coapa and joined the training of the Mexican team.
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This act would cause irritation in the azulcrema directive, because Guillermo Ochoa was not clear about the restoration. According to TUDN, America is offering him a contract for a year and a half at the same salary, but the Mexican goalkeeper would ask for at least an increase.
Is Ochoa leaving America?
Guillermo Ochoa would not be clear about his future, and the board of directors of América would not want to negotiate another contract in addition to the one they offered Paco Memo. The Mexican goalkeeper would like to use the World Cup to decide on his future.