Claudio Bravo suffered an injury in August and Manchester City confirmed the goalkeeper ‘sustained an achilles tendon injury in training’.

The Premier League winners allowed the Chilean international to travel to Barcelona, where he has already undergone surgery at the hands of Dr Ramon Cugat.

We carried a report from La Tercera, who claimed the 35-year-old could miss most of the ongoing campaign, while a few other reports indicated he would miss the entire season.

Pep Guardiola’s side signed the stopper from the La Liga winners in 2016, but he has already lost his place in the starting XI to Ederson, who arrived at the Etihad last summer.

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Mundo Deportivo claims the South American, who is already in Barcelona following his surgery on his left leg, will return to Camp Nou tonight to watch Ernesto Valverde’s side in action against PSV Eindhoven during the Champions League clash.

The report also has an update on Bravo’s injury situation as the Catalan newspaper suggests the keeper is expected to spend the next five to seven months on the sidelines.