Manchester City goalkeeper Claudio Bravo could be set to leave the club on loan this summer, with Lille manager Marcelo Bielsa wanting the player.
It is said that the new coach is looking to sign the Chilean as a replacement for goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama.
It is also said that the club will look to pursue a loan deal rather than a permanent, allowing City to remove him from their wage bill.
Bravo is currently earning €6 million per year at the Citizens and a loan deal could suit them.
Pep Guardiola’s side recently secured the signature of Ederson from Benfica for a record-breaking fee.
The amount that the club paid for the goalkeeper was around £34m, eclipsing Gianluigi Buffon’s goalkeeper record transfer fee.
Now, with Ederson set to be top dog at Manchester City, Claudio Bravo could well leave.
Lille boss Marcelo Bielsa is interested in signing Claudio Bravo (34) on loan, with City willing to cover a % of his wages. [El Mercurio] pic.twitter.com/B9jqs1aObz
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Manchester City could also make a move for star Gianluigi Donnarumma with his future in the air.
The Citizens have previously been linked with the player and a Bravo move could further their desire to sign him.