CLAUDIO BRAVO has suffered a ruptured Achilles damage that’s set to sideline the Manchester Metropolis goalkeeper for a prolonged spell.
Chile’s shot-stopper, second selection at Metropolis after Ederson, underwent scans on Monday afternoon after struggling the damage in coaching.
Bravo, 35, has been despatched out to Barcelona for additional assessments on Thursday with fears he may very well be out for the season.
An announcement on Metropolis’s Twitter account mentioned: “[Bravo] underwent scans this afternoon which have confirmed a rupture within the tendon of his left foot.”
Pep Guardiola promoted 20-year-old Daniel Grimshaw to the first-team because the third-choice possibility between the posts.
And the teenager could also be within the limelight even ahead of anticipated.
Grimshaw, a lifelong Metropolis fan, was introduced into the first-team coaching final season.
He then signed a three-year deal in June after impressing Guardiola and his teaching employees.
Grimshaw informed the membership’s official web site: “To be on the membership at this thrilling time is fairly unbelievable and to have the ability to be taught and prepare from goalkeepers like Ederson and Claudio Bravo made this a simple determination for me.”