After pulling of a performance of a lifetime for his country, Mexican keeper Guillermo Ochoa has been heavily linked with a move to both Arsenal and Liverpool. Ochoa showed his worth last night as he pulled off some brilliant saves to deny Brazil any goals and help his country get a draw and a point against the World Cup hosts which included one effort that has been correlated with a similar stop made by England goal-keeper Gordon Banks in the 1970 World Cup.
His stunning display has compelled Premier League sides Liverpool and Arsenal into considering singing the player, who will be available on a free transfer as his contract with current side Ajaccio is due to expire in less than a month.
Arsenal are currently out looking for a new keeper after the recent departure of Lukasz Fabianski to Swansea, while Liverpool are preparing for the loss of Pepe Reina.
By Ollie Carroll