- Manchester City goalie Claudio Bravo has suffered an injury in training
- He is now expected to be out of action for the club for close to six months
- Manchester City have won their first two games this season in the EPL
Premier League champions Manchester City have been hit with another blow after goalkeeper Claudio Bravo suffered an injury in training and faces a lengthy spell on the sidelines.
According to the report by UK Mirror, the Manchester City number two goalie suffered an achilles tendon and he is expected to be out for close to six months.
Manchester City are now left with only rookie keeper Daniel Grimshaw, 20, as back-up to current number one Ederson having sold both Joe Hart and Angus Gunn this summer.
Claudio Bravo was the one in goal for Manchester City in their Community Shield win over Premier League rivals Chelsea at Wembley.
His injury will now be a serious set back for Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola as Belgium international Kevin De Bruyne has also been ruled out for three months.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Premier League champions Manchester City confirmed that star player Kevin De Bruyne will be out of action for the next three months due to the injury he sustained in training.
But the Citizens added that the Belgium international will not need any surgery in his recuperation process.
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