Manchester City brought in Claudio Bravo for a period of four years



The Chile international landed in City for a term of four year from Barca and replaced Joe Hart, who is now anticipated to move from the club before the end of Transfer Window.


The 33-year-old is brought for  £13.75 million which may increase to more £2.5 million after he performs better. Currently, he will be earning around  £100,000 per week whis is tend to be double from what he earned in two years staying in Camp Nou.


Bravo might appear on his first match which is scheduled to held on Sunday afternoon against West Ham and will be in the list of the squad who will play the Champions League this season.


Two La Liga titles are in the name of Bravo when he was a part of Barcelona but was not presented with any medal from UEFA when the team won the Champions League of 2015 season as he did not appear in the European campaign.


Jasper Cillessen’s move from Ajax is coined to be fruitful as his signing helped Bravo to get in the squad and the team was itself chasing for a keeper.


Pep Guardiola grabbed the Chilean as the boss saw the player appeared in both leagues of La Liga and Champions League with a healthy record favouring on his side.


Bravo’s move to Manchester was completed on Tuesday but it is  said that the player was not presented on Wednesday night at Etihad where Joe Hart played the game which could be his last appearance as a part of the club.