Claudio Bravo may have played his last game for Man City after injury diagnosis – report

Claudio Bravo may have already said goodbye to his Manchester City career with a report from Mundo Deportivo in Spain revealing that the Chilean goalkeeper will miss three weeks of action through injury.

Bravo suffered a small tear to his left calf and although Manchester City have not released any official details, the Catalan newspaper states that he will miss a few weeks of action.

If true, this means Bravo will likely only be available for one more game this season, the trip to Watford on May 21. And unless Guardiola drops Willy Caballero for that game, Bravo will not see any further game time this season.

The big question then is whether Bravo will remain a Manchester City player. Recent reports have suggested he plans to stay in England, and with Willy Caballero out of contract in June and still to sign a new deal, there could be validity to those stories.

However, with a new goalkeeper expected in the summer and Bravo not one to sit happily on the bench, it may be hard to turn down reasonable offers.

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