- Claudio Bravo has left Man City after seeing his contract at the club
- The 37-year-old won Premier League titles during his spell at the Etihad
- The Chilean international has been linked with a move to Real Betis
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Claudio Bravo has parted ways with Manchester City after his contract at the Etihad expired at the end of the season.
The 37-year-old completed a £15.4million move from Barcelona in 2016n and spent the entire four years with the Manchester club.
"Everybody would like to thank Claudio for his four years at the club and wish him the best of luck in his future endeavours," said City.
The Chilean international made a couple of errors in his debut season which saw Pep Guardiola's side end the season with a trophy.
Bravo was signed to replace fumbling Joe Hart who was then loaned out to Italian Serie A side Torino.
The Spanish boss then brought in Brazilian shot-stopper Ederson from Benfica with Bravo relegated to become his second choice.
Bravo made most of his appearances in Cup games but had 61 appearances overall for the Citizens and kept 20 clean sheets.
He faced criticism for his shot-stopping skills and was even mocked by some City fans when he made saves.
The former Real Sociedad goalie has been linked with a move back to Spain to join La Liga side Real Betis.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that David Silva has ended his ten-year spell with Man City to join Spanish side Real Sociedad as a free agent.
The former Spanish international has been linked with a move to Serie A side Lazio after a deal worth €10million a year was offered to the midfielder.
But the 34-year-old made a U-turn at the eleventh hour to return to his homeland after a decade in the Premier League to join Sociedad.
Legit.ng also reported that Joe Hart has completed a move to north London club Tottenham and the Premier League side have confirmed it on their social media page.
The England international goalkeeper's deal with Spurs is understood to be a two-year deal worth £27,500-a-week before bonuses.
The former Man City shot-stopper became a free agent after his brief spell with another English top division club Burnley.
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