Mexican media is reporting that Chivas striker Marco Fabián de la Mora was contacted by German giants Bayern Munich last week to talk about the possibility of a permanent transfer to Germany before the summer transfer window closes on August 31st.
Marco Fabian has denied the information after being inquired by the media, but it is rumored he had a meeting with Chivas’ owner Jorge Vergara to inform him about the contact made by the Germans and also ask him to consider the offer that Bayern will make this week.
Fabián de la Mora had a good performance with Mexico’s national team during the Olympic soccer tournament which appears came to Bayern’s attention, but Vergara has said recently that he will not sell any of the Chivas players that won the gold medal at the London Olympics.
However, Vergara could change his mind if his club receives the right offer for Marco Fabián which could be the biggest transfer of a player coming from the Mexican league.
23-year-old Marco Fabián is a product of Chiva’s youth system. He debuted with the first team at age 18 in 2007.