Manchester City goalkeeper Claudio Bravo has reportedly started thinking about his future away from the Premier League club.
As reported by Chilean newspaper El Mercurio, the 34-year-old will evaluate his options after realising he won’t have many more chances to play for Pep Guardiola’s side.
The outlet claims the goalkeeper had many offers to leave Manchester City in the summer, from the likes of PSG, Lille and RB Leipzig. But his will to fight for a place in the team convinced him to stay at that time.
Bravo also had contacts from Argentine side River Plate, but that’s an option that should be ruled out for now. People close to the player told El Mercurio that “he still feels he has the conditions to play in maximum level, making his priority to stay in Europe.”
The Chilean keeper only played one Premier League game this season, which was the match against Liverpool, when Ederson had a face injury. Apart from that, he featured in two Cup ties, against West Brom and Wolves.
Bravo has a contract with Manchester City running until 2020, but given his age and the lack of game time, it’s unlikely the club would make his departure very difficult.