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RUMOURS: Man City agree personal terms with Claudio Bravo

Manchester City are set to sign Claudio Bravo from Barcelona after the goalkeeper agreed personal terms with the Premier League side, according to Mundo Deportivo.

It has long been reported that Pep Guardiola would like to sign a new goalkeeper for his new club, having been unimpressed by Joe Hart.

That the Catalan coach left the England No.1 on the bench for Saturday's league opener against Sunderland suggests he will not be a key part of his side this season and so City have looked to secure the signing of the 33-year-old.

According to the Spanish paper, the Chile shot stopper has agreed to join the Etihad Stadium outfit, though the clubs are yet to agree a fee. While Bravo has a release clause of €42 million, it is said Barca would be willing to accept around €25m for him.