The rumors that have been spreading a lot in recent weeks are finally concluded as Manchester City officially announced the signing of Claudio Bravo as their new goal keeper via the club’s official twitter account.
Bravo reportedly being signed for 15.4 million pounds from Spanish giant Barcelona and the 33-year-old is being tied for the next four years at Etihad Stadium.
This news is far from a surprise as media already sniffing about the move since last week, notably soon after Joe Hart continuously being left out of Man City’s starting eleven by Pep Guardiola.
Bravo himself was more than willing to accept Man City’s offer, notably since the Chilean is keen on working with Guardiola.
This transfer completion reportedly will also trigger potential departure of Hart, who supposedly played his last game for City during his team’s 1-0 win over Steaua Bucharest last Wednesday.