After 4 years at the Etihad Stadium, Claudio Bravo has left Man City, the Premier League club reported.
The Chilean goalkeeper who joined Man City from Barcelona in 2016 has been out of contract.
After Ederson ‘s arrival in 2017 the 37-year-old had spent the past three seasons as a second choice.
Upon his contract, the manager Pep Guardiola had named Bravo as number one, replacing Joe Hart because of his superior footwork.
But he endured a first season error-ridden, and was subsequently largely confined to cup appearances.
He made 61 appearances for City, won the titles of two Premier League champions and helped City achieve their latest Carabao Cup victories.