Guillermo Ochoa is linked to Inter Milan and AC Milan for next season

Guillermo Ochoa with the Salernitana.

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After returning to ownership this Sunday in Serie A in the match against Monza and leaving a clean sheet for the first time since he arrived at Salernitana, Guillermo Ochoa is now being linked with two great Italian teams such as Inter de Milan and AC Milan.

Despite a high average number of goals conceded since his arrival at the transalpine club in the winter transfer window, Ochoa has had very good performances in goal and has established himself as one of the best players during matches. This would have aroused interest at Inter and Milan. According to Tutto Salernitana, AC Milan would have already made an offer to sign him for one year with the option of another optional one at the end of this campaign.

This same information indicates that Inter Milan would also be interested in taking over the services of the Mexican to replace the possible loss of veteran Samir Handanovic, who would not want to extend his relationship with the institution.. Apparently, the contractual conditions would be identical to those proposed by AC Milan. One year plus another optional.

It should be remembered that Ochoa came to Salernitana to play for only six months, which is why at the end of the season he would be free and from this moment another club can negotiate his arrival.

This Sunday Ochoa was a figure in his team's 3-0 win over Monza. His saves prevented clear scoring chances from the visitors on at least three occasions. The day also became special for the Aztec because he reached 700 games at the club level.

The goalkeeper from Tri already has seven games in Serie A and in 540 minutes of action he has conceded 17 goals and is listed as one of the goalkeepers with the most saves in the five major European leagues.

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