Chivas striker Alan Pulido has not ruled out the possibility of leaving the club at the end of the season.
The 28-year-old, who is the highest scoring Mexican player in the current Apertura with 10 goals, has confirmed that other clubs are interested in acquiring his services.
“If it is up to me, I would stay here,” Pulido told TUDN.
“At the moment there are offers and proposals. We must analyse them to know what is best for everyone. I am happy here, but you never know the destination.
“I want these colours, but let’s see what happens at the end of the tournament.”
The United States could be Pulido’s next port of call, with El Informador reporting that there is interest from a MLS club in making him a designated player.
Pulido has experience of foreign shores having spent time with Greek sides Levadiakos and Olympiacos.