May 19, 2009

A year after losing star Omar Bravo, Chivas de Guadalajara officials denied any interest in trying to re-capture part of their past.

With the transfer window coming closer, rumors have started to swirl about possible arrivals at Chivas. A team clean-out was announced by the board, and it has already taken Jared Borgetti as a victim. All players will be under careful review and analysis to further see their possible contributions.

Borgetti had a six-month contract with the team, and it wasn't renewed. Now several options for the 35-year-old include a possible stay with Santos Laguna.

Now, with Bravo's loan stint with Tigres coming to a close, the team doesn't seem to want to take up the option of buying the striker. Returning to the team for whom he left Chivas, Deportivo La Coruña, looks like a good option.

A year after desperately trying to keep the player, Jorge Vergara isn't showing any interest. Bravo visited the Chivas installations along with his agent last week, but apparently the meeting didn't have anything to do with a new deal.

Vergara was asked if the Deportivo striker went with an intention to return, but he quickly dismissed the claim. The club owner quickly discarded the possibility of the striker returning to the club, simply saying "No."

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