Fotospor report Manchester City’s veteran goalkeeper Claudio Bravo has been offered to Besiktas for next season.
The Turkish club will be in the market for a goalkeeper this summer after the Super Lig club’s manager Sergen Yalcin confirmed he’s not expecting Liverpool loanee Loris Karius to stay beyond this campaign.
They’ve been linked with a number of goalkeepers including Fulham’s Fabri, but Fotospor report the Manchester City player has also been offered to them.
It’s reported by the Turkish website that City aren’t planning to offer him a contract extension and Bravo wants to play for at least another two more years.
The 36 year old will become a free agent at the end of the season and Besiktas could sign him on a free transfer, which makes him an ideal candidate to replace Karius.
Bravo has made 15 appearances for Manchester City this season, but most of his games have come in the cup competitions.