Manchester City boss, Pep Guardiola has said that the club will not sign a replacement for goalkeeper, Claudio Bravo.
Bravo earlier this week suffered a rupture in the tendon of his left foot.
The Chilean shot-stopper, who joined City two seasons ago from Barcelona, is set to miss six months of action.
He flew to Barcelona for further tests on Thursday.
Guardiola, however, said he trusts Montenegro Under-21 keeper, Aro Muric to step in as back-up to City’s No.1, Ederson.
“Unfortunately with Claudio the first option was [for Muric] to come back because the window is closed,” Guardiola was quoted by Goal as saying.
“We have Aro and Grimshaw. They will be our three goalkeepers,” he said.
Guardiola’s men will clash with wolves on Saturday in the Premier League.
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