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Pizarro accepts Monterrey move
Chivas attacker Rodolfo Pizarro has told Monterrey he is open to a move to the club, according to La Aficion .
While an offer from a European team could still arrive to derail the deal, including the Dutch sides reported to be tracking the 24-year-old, Pizarro's exit from Guadalajara is all but confirmed.
Sol could rise in Mexico
Cruz Azul is in talks to bring Fran Sol to Mexico City, according to ESPN Mexico .
The Spanish forward scored 16 goals for Dutch club Willem II in the 2017-18 season, and the 26-year-old now could be on his way to join La Maquina.
Mohamed taking over at Celta
Antonio Mohamed met with Celta de Vigo directors after spending time in the Spanish city last week, according to Marca .
It would be the first European job for the former Monterrey coach, who resigned from Rayados after a quarterfinal exit from the Liguilla.
Cruz Azul making push for attacking help
Cruz Azul is pushing ahead in an effort to sign Atlas forward Milton Caraglio, according to Record .
La Maquina struggled in front of goal in the Clausura and have made an offer for the Argentine but are yet to get a response from the Guadalajara club.
Monterrey moves for Gallardo
Pumas winger/left back Jesus Gallardo is leaving Mexico City to join Monterrey, according to ESPN Mexico .
Gallardo plays wide for his club but is headed to Russia with the Mexico national team largely as a left back. The move could set off a chain reaction with Pumas looking to bring in Tijuana attacker Víctor Malcorra. The Universitarios also have their eyes on Atlas goalkeeper Miguel Fraga.
Jimenez heading for the exit at Benfica
Raul Jimenez is one of several players Benfica will sell this summer in an effort to raise funds, according to A Bola . A potential replacement for him at Benfica is current Pumas forward Nicolas Castillo, according to ESPN Mexico .
The Mexican forward previously has been linked with a move to Everton, but the asking price was too high for the Premier League club.
Govea with interest in Belgium
Despite falling out with his coach in Belgium, Omar Govea may be staying in the country, according to Walfoot .
The San Luis Potosi native was on loan from Porto with Royal Excel Mouscron but hasn't been with the team for several weeks. He has, however, drawn the attention of Gent, who have discussed a move for the midfielder with Porto.