Ariedo Braida has rubbished talk that Claudio Bravo wants to leave Barcelona after growing unhappy with his lack of Champions League participation.
There had been suggestions, including from the player himself, that the Chilean had become frustrated with Luis Enrique’s insistence on only using him in La Liga, with Marc-Andre ter Stegen the designated goalkeeper in Europe and cup competitions.
“[Bravo] isn’t in the market, neither will [Barca] listen to offers for him,” Barca’s international advisor told El Mercurio.
“He’s one of our stars and not going anywhere. He’s not leaving Barca.
Bravo, who joined Barca in the summer of 2014 and was surprisingly overlooked for the 2015 FIFPro World XI, has a contract until 2018, with a buyout clause of €15m.