Claudio Bravo has had a difficult start to his career at Manchester City, after errors against Manchester United and Barcelona.
The Chilean goalkeeper arrived from Barcelona this summer with a lot of expectation, but has so far seen a very critical eye cast on his Manchester City performances.
Bravo has been speaking to Chilean media outlet TVN (via AS Chile), and has been discussing his initial few days in England.
Bravo insists Manchester City are similar to Barcelona, but that clearly the Catalan giants are a much bigger club: “They are similar to Manchester City in proposal, but in magnitude Barcelona are much bigger.”
On Pep Guardiola, Bravo believes the Spaniard is the best manager in the world, and is very honest with him.
He added: “For me he is the best coach in the world. He is also very sincere.”
The 33-year-old also spoke about the difficulties he faced in England, including moving with his family, learning a new language and driving on the other side of the road.
On his injury sustained in Chile’s last match, Bravo explained he came off as a precaution so he’d be fit and ready to face Uruguay.