Claudio Bravo has been offered to join New York City when his contract with Manchester City expires at the end of the season, according to The Guardian, and he’s currently mulling over it.
The goalkeeper joined the Premier League champions from Barcelona following the arrival of Pep Guardiola in 2016, but the manager obviously wasn’t satisfied with his services as he moved for Ederson Moraes only a year later. Since then, Bravo has been used exclusively in domestic cups, apart from a few emergency situations when Ederson was unavailable through injury or suspension.
Manchester City are unlikely to offer the 36-year-old fresh terms, and a switch to New York, who are also a part of the City Football Group, seems a likely outcome.
Meanwhile, Guardiola has apparently been impressed by the progress of 24-year-old Zack Steffen, currently on loan at Fortuna Dusseldorf, who is a likely candidate to step in as a ready-made solution when Bravo leaves the Etihad.
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