Claudio Bravo has been left wondering why he ever joined Manchester City, according to reports in Spain.
News outlet Madrid-Barcelona.com claim that the Chilean has told close friends he is already considering leaving the Etihad, with three La Liga clubs reportedly keen to take him on.
They are Real Sociedad, Celta Vigo, and Villarreal, as while Bravo regrets leaving Barcelona, the Nou Camp outfit aren’t interested in offering him a return.
The goalkeeper replaced Joe Hart at City in the summer, and it has to be said it was one of Pep Guardiola’s more questionable decisions.
Bravo only left Barca because he was playing second fiddle to Marc-Andre Ter Stegen, but he now regards that as preferable to playing in the Premier League.
The 33-year-old is struggling to adapt to the language and lifestyle in England, but given that City paid £17million for him only a few months ago, it remains to be seen whether they’ll let him go.