Manchester City second-string goalkeeper Claudio Bravo is wanted by Argentinean giants Boca Juniors as the 35-year-old struggles for game-time under Pep Guardiola.
Chilean publication, La Curata, believe the Argentina-based club are keen to offer the former Barcelona goalkeeper a four-year-contract to improve their chances of claiming the Copa Libertadores.
Bravo has found his playing time significantly decreased this season following the arrival of Ederson from Benfica last summer. As a result, Bravo has only played 11 games in all competitions this campaign with a couple of heroic Carabao Cup performances during City’s cup-winning run.
The Chile international is settled in Manchester and reluctant to leave the Premier League champions after only joining the club two years ago from Barcelona for £17million. His enormous salary ensure he is in no rush to leave the Blues anytime soon but Boca are still hopeful of enticing him back to South America.
No fee has been mentioned, but with Bravo under contract until 2020 the club may allow him to leave for a minimal fee or possibly even on a free transfer.