Liverpool target Ochoa open to Premier League move

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Liverpool transfer target Guillermo Ochoa has not ruled out the possibility of moving to the Premier League this summer.

As reported by talkSPORT, the Ajaccio keeper is out of contract at the end of the season.

And while he initially said he'd be keen to sign another deal to keep him in France, he know seems to have changed his tune amid interest from Liverpool.

Speaking to, Ochoa said: "I am evaluating several offers from different countries.

"I have been in France for three years and I like the way in which this league has evolved, but I would also want to try elsewhere.

"At the moment I have no agreements with any team and I am willing to listen to all the proposals to make the best decision possible.

"My agent is dealing with everything and I do not exclude a future in Italy and England."

The 28-year-old has been a long-term target for Italian giants AC Milan, but Liverpool are also thought to be one of several Premier League clubs interested in snapping him up.

Brendan Rodgers is likely looking for a back-up to first-choice Anfield keeper Simon Mignolet. Current benchwarmer Brad Jones has not put Mignolet under pressure for his place, and Rodgers wants someone to push the Belgian international to be the best he can be.

Ochoa, who was highly rated as a youngster in Mexico, has more than 50 caps for his country and has been solid in three seasons for Ajaccio.

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