Manchester City agree personal terms with Barcelona's Claudio Bravo

Joe Hart's time at the Etihad appears to be over and Bravo could arrive soon

Claudio Bravo has agreed personal terms with Manchester City as the clock ticks on Joe Hart's future at the club, according to reports.

Bravo has been battling with Marc-Andre Ter Stegen for the top spot in Luis Enrique's side having shared time with the young German for the last two years. Bravo plays in La Liga while Ter Stegen plays in cup competitions and the Champions League.

Ter Stegen has been knocking on the door for more playing time, however, and he is seen as the long term option for Barcelona, meaning he will possibly get the nod as the number one in all competitions for the Catalan side this year.

Joe Hart was dropped for Pep Guardiola's first game in the Premier League having declared he could not play the way Guardiola needed him to, but might be able to if given the time to do so.

Bravo, 33, has been Chile's goalkeeper during the course of their most successful spells in international football, which includes two Copa America titles.