Claudio Bravo has no intention of cutting his losses and leaving Manchester City after one season, according to an exclusive report in The Sun.
The Chilean international has endured a difficult debut campaign in England, with a notoriously bad habit of letting goals in from the first shot on target from opponents, but after dropping him in favour of Willy Caballero, Pep Guardiola has been reintroducing Bravo more lately, and the 34-year-old kept a clean sheet against Southampton at the weekend.
It is claimed by The Sun that Bravo is brushing up on his English skills and once he improves them, it will help him communicate better with defenders. And with Bravo looking set to stay, it will be cult icon Willy Caballero, out of contract in June, who is likely to leave the club because Guardiola is thought to want a new goalkeeper.
Ederson Moraes of Benfica is the goalkeeper strongly rumoured to be on his way, with the 23-year-old Brazilian doing little to dampen reports by constantly liking posts on Manchester City’s official Instagram account. Should he arrive and Bravo stay, it will lead to an interesting battle between the two for a place in goal.