According to reports, FC Dallas has extended offers to goalkeepers Memo Ochoa and William Yarbrough. 

Ochoa has been linked with the Texas club before as he turned down an offer earlier this season to move to Dallas. He spent this past season playing for Granada in Spain, as he was on loan from Malaga where Ochoa has been a member since 2014. 

The 31-year-old Ochoa is currently with the Mexican national team preparing for their upcoming World Cup qualifiers. He is out of contract at the moment as his future is unclear this summer. 

If he signs with Dallas he will be returning to play his club soccer in North America for the first time since 2011 when left to play for Ajaccio in France. Ochoa played for Club America in Mexico from 2004 to 2011. 

Yarbrough is currently a member of Club Leon in Liga MX. The 28-year-old has been a member of Leon since 2013 and has made 109 appearances for the Mexican side. Additionally, Yarbough has three appearances for the United States Men's National Team. 

Thus far, FC Dallas has been led by young goalkeeper Jesse Gonzalez.  He has been the regular starter at just 22-years-old. In nine appearances this season, he has recorded five clean sheets.