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Major League Soccer side Chivas USA have confirmed they have received offers for their goalkeeper Brad Guzan.
The 23-year-old was named MLS Goalkeeper of the Year following an outstanding 2007 and his performances have not gone unnoticed elsewhere.
In the past few days Celtic have been linked with Guzan, while Arsenal, Liverpool, Auxerre and Olympiakos have all previously been mooted as suitors.
Chivas USA spokesman Keegan Pierce has confirmed European sides have made contact: "We have received several offers from European clubs for Guzan.
"I can't name the specific clubs."
Guzan, who has won four caps for the USA, has one year remaining on his contract.
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