Today, Club America manager Carlos Reinoso confirmed that 'Memo' Guillermo Ochoa, the current starting goalkeeper for America and the Mexican national team, has received a concrete offer from a French club and that he will be letting Ochoa leave. The Chilean manager asserted that he wishes Ochoa luck and that Armando Navarrete will be the No. 1 at America. Ochoa is expected to start for Mexico tonight against Cuba in Gold Cup (Copa Oro) 2011, and is not believed to have signed a contract.
The team was not revealed, but most rumors link Ochoa to Paris St. Germain. They're a big club who have qualified for Europe, they should have money to spend on Ochoa, and their No. 1, Gregory Coupet, retired at the conclusion of the 2010-11 Ligue 1 season. The other big clubs in France already have established starting goalkeepers, so a move for Memo to anywhere but PSG would be a bit of a surprise.