Barcelona goalkeeper Claudio Bravo has agreed personal terms with Manchester City ahead of his proposed move to Manchester City.
The 33 year old, played a key role for Chile this summer as they went on to lift their consecutive Copa America title.
Pep Guardiola has been hot on the trail of the Chilean in recent weeks as he bids to bring a keeper more suited to his tactical set up. Spanish news outlet, Sport have claimed that Bravo has finalised the deal with Man City and it remains to be seen if the clubs will negotiate a fee for his transfer.
Bravo has currently at £37 million release clause in his contract, but City are confident of signing the goalkeeper for a fee in the range of £22 million. Bravo, 33 has made 72 appearances for Barcelona since moving from Real Sociedad in 2014. His arrival at the Etihad will raise questions over Joe Hart’s future at the club. Harte was dropped for Saturday evening’s 2-1 win over Sunderland, with Willy Cabballero starting between the posts.