Pep Guardiola's Manchester City have reportedly agreed terms with an FC Barcelona star who played in the Catalan giants' 2-0 win over Sevilla on Sunday night.
The Spanish tactician selected Willy Caballero ahead of the Citizens' regular first choice goalkeeper Joe Hart against Sunderland at the weekend, fuelling speculation that he does not see the English shot-stopper as his No. 1.
Now, according to Mundo Deportivo, City are close to securing a move for the Blaugrana's Claudio Bravo, who is reportedly a target of Guardiola's due to how comfortable he is with the ball at his feet.
It is believed that the former Barca and Bayern boss wants a keeper who can play out from the back, and it has been reported that a deal has been agreed between both parties.
Bravo is said to have a release clause of £36 million (R626 million), but Guardiola and City apparently think they can get their target at a cheaper price, with the Spanish club able to call on back-up keeper and Germany international Marc-Andre ter Stegen as his replacement.
Recent reports also suggest that Hart was upset at being left out of City's 2-1 win over Sunderland on Saturday, although he is said to be ready to fight for his spot in the side.
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