- Claudio Bravo could switch from Manchester City to Real Betis anytime soon
- Reports have it that the Chilean goalkeeper is ready to sign for the La Liga club
- Bravo is already in discussion with the club where he hopes to reunite with former City manager Pellegrini
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Claudio Bravo is reportedly ready to leave Manchester City to join Spanish club Real Betis to bring his four-year spell in the English Premier League to an end.
GOAL are reporting that the Chilean goalkeeper is set to sign a deal with the La Liga outfit as discussions are ongoing over his salary as he won’t mind having a significant pay cut.
New manager at Betis Manuel Pellegrini who won the league title with Manchester City in 2014 reportedly told the club to bring in the 37-year-old help solve the club’s goalkeeping problems.
Despite conceding the second-highest number of goals in the Premier League last season with 60, Bravo hopes to become the number one goalkeeper at the Benito Villamarin Stadium.
Recall that as soon as Pep Guardiola took over at the Etihad Stadium in the summer of 2016, one of his first actions was to bring in the Chilean from Barcelona.
Bravo endured a difficult first season in the Premier League, however, with his performances between the sticks often called into question as City failed to keep pace with Chelsea at the top of the table.
Meanwhile, Sergio Aguero could miss the remainder of the Champions League season as Manchester City’s quest for the title becomes blur as they will now play without their 254-goal record scorer.
The Argentine has been out of action for about for about seven weeks after having knee surgery towards the end of June.
Friends of the striker have admitted that the player hinted them that he was not sure of being part of the European mini-tournament in Portugal.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Chelsea are said to have initiated negotiations with Manchester City over the transfer of centre-defender John Stones this summer.
The former Everton player has fallen out of favour with his present manager Pep Guardiola and the Spaniard is ready to offload him. Nathan Ake's arrival is another indication that the 26-year-old's time at the Etihad Stadium has come to an end.
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