Claudio Bravo has denied that he will leave Manchester City in the summer, describing reports about his departure as ‘fake news’.
The Blues goalkeeper was dropped by Pep Guardiola in February after a series of poor performances, and Willy Caballero has been preferred ever since.
That has led to rumours that the 33-year-old Chile international will be off-loaded by City in the summer, and that the keeper was actively seeking a route back to Spanish football.
But Bravo, back between the sticks for his country in a World Cup qualifying defeat by Argentina this week, and preparing for tomorrow night’s clash with Venezuela, has rubbished the speculation.
“It’s all false, that I’m looking for another place to play, because I want to leave, things that are not true,” he said.
And the keeper, who has another three years left on his contract following his £13.75million move last summer, says he has no plans to up sticks.
“I’m happy in England and so is my family,” he said.