Claudio Bravo injury a blow for Man City, says Guardiola

Pep Guardiola discussed the absence of injured goalkeeer Claudio Bravo ahead of Manchester City's Premier League clash against Wolves on Saturday.

Bravo injury a blow for Man City, says Guardiola

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola said the loss of goalkeeper Claudio Bravo to injury is a blow for the Premier League champions. The 35-year-old is out of action after suffering a ruptured Achilles tendon in training during the week. City have recalled 19-year-old Aro Muric from his loan at Dutch side NAC Breda to serve as Ederson's understudy.

Kevin De Bruyne watches the Huddersfield game from the stands

Mounting injury concerns

Discussing Bravo's absence ahead of Saturday's clash against Wolves, Guardiola told reporters: "Claudio is a keeper with a lot of experience. His second season was so good with the team and big clubs always need good goalkeepers and we had it with Eddy and Claudio and then young keepers with Aro and [Daniel Grimshaw] Grimmy. Unfortunately, that's happened. Now we wish him a good recovery and to come back as soon as possible to be fit and play with us. The first week we lost Kevin [De Bruyne] and now Claudio, hopefully we can stop it."

Bravo has played more than 40 games in all competitions since arriving from LaLiga giants Barcelona in 2016.