Manchester City star wants January exit
Claudio Bravo is hoping to leave Etihad this January to secure more first-team action.
Chilean international Claudio Bravo has so far failed to find his feet in English football since his move to the Etihad from Barcelona last season for £15.4m. His costly errors led to much criticism from fans and pundits. This season he has been the deputy of Ederson and so far played just one Carabao Cup match as a starter.
Lack of gametime has forced Bravo to reconsider his future and now he intends to leave the club in January. Spanish publication Don Balon claims that Champions League sides Napoli and Paris Saint-Germain have already made contact with the 34-year-old shot stopper.
The Chilean has featured in 30 matches for Pep Guardiola’s side with only 9 clean sheets under his belt. Bravo, who has won Champions League with Barcelona and Copa America with Chile is contracted to Manchester City until 2020.