The Central American stopper has been one of the top performers in the competition in Brazil, with his heroic displays between the sticks almost taking his nation to the quarter-finals.
Ochoa starred in the group stage with top showings against Croatia, Cameroon and the hosts, and was in great form as Mexico slipped out to the Netherlands via a late penalty kick.
His performances alone would surely have been enough to attract glances from big clubs, but the fact that the 28-year-old is a free agent has guaranteed that there will be a scramble for his signature now that his tournament is over.
Arsenal have been linked with the big-haired goalie, and now Liverpool are also ready to move.
Brendan Rodgers is known to be keen to get in a back-up man to challenge Simon Mignolet for a starting berth, and could well be free to push ahead his plans with Reina set for a second loan spell at Napoli.
Reports in Italy claim that the ’keeper is tempted by another stint in Naples, and that a temporary deal suits the Coppa Italian champions.