Well it sounds like you can rule another team out of the running for Omar Bravo's services during the MLS offseason. Previously Atlas had ruled it out due to lack of funds. Although Bravo moving there was unlikely due to his history with their main rival Chivas. But today from ESPN Deportes comes word that Estudiantes Tecos is now out of the running as well. Word from the Tecos board is that this is because of the amount of time they would get the former Mexican international on loan. According to the article, Tecos would only get Bravo for seven games before he returned to KC. Carlos Briones, the sporting the director for Tecos, said that under those conditions (only being available for 7 games) the club is not interested.
More than the loan deal I think this speaks greatly to KC's plans for Bravo. The fact that they're not willing to budge on the amount of time he'll be away from the team tells me that they expect him to play a major role in the 2012 season.