A new report coming out of Fox Deportes' David Medrano says Marco Fabian could be tempted to move to MLS in December.
On Monday, news broke out that the Chivas midfielder is in the agenda of an unnamed MLS Club.
According to Medrano, the idea is for Fabian to sign as a Designated Player before going out on loan to a club in Europe.
The move would cost around four million dollars, which is considerably less from what a Liga MX team would have have to pay for the Mexican international.
Fabian, 26, has featured in 12 league games this season for Chivas, scoring three goals.
In the past, Fabian has been rumored in moves to Qatar and Spain's La Liga.