Manchester City FC have sealed goalkeeper Claudio Bravo from FC Barcelona of Spain for 18 million euros (about £15.4 million).
The Spanish bar has however indicated that a price for a 33-year-old Chile general could arise with £1.7m of add-ons.
Bravo, who has sealed a four-year contract, is approaching to start forward of England goalkeeper Joe Hart and Argentine Willy Caballero.
FC Barcelona have already transposed Bravo with Netherlands general Jasper Cillessen, who joins from Ajax.
“I’m unequivocally unapproachable to be fasten Manchester City.
“I know a bar is building something unequivocally special and we wish we can be partial of many successes in a entrance years,’’ Bravo said.
Bravo assimilated FC Barcelona in 2014 and won dual La Liga titles and a FIFA Club World Cup.
He was also partial of a UEFA Champions League-winning patrol in 2015, though never played in a foe for Barca.
“It is not easy to leave a bar like Barcelona where we had dual illusory years, though a event to work with Pep Guardiola was too good to refuse,” he added.
Guardiola, who became City manager in a summer, said: “Claudio is a illusory goalkeeper and an glorious further to a squad.
“He has knowledge and good care qualities and is in a primary of his life. He is a goalkeeper we have dignified for a series of years and I’m unequivocally happy he is now a City player.’’ Read a rest of this entrance »