The Chilean is set to bring his four-year stay at the Etihad Stadium to an end once the club’s Champions League campaign concludes and he will become a free agent.
Los Verdiblancos have prioritised the signing of a new goalkeeper after a season in which Joel Robles and Dani Martin failed to convince as a long-term solution as the club’s number one.
Bravo has even commented on Betis on his Instagram account, as cited by the report: “It is an institution that has a great history in Spain, with many fans; those are the sorts of clubs that catch any player’s attention. Imagine what Betis means now with a great coach like Pellegrini.”
Bravo previously starred in La Liga across ten seasons for Real Sociedad and then Barcelona, before his move to England in 2016.
A report last week linked the Seville-based club with a move for Crystal Palace goalkeeper Vicente Guaita and they are likely to be evaluating several options to bolster the position.