Chilean goalkeeper Claudio Bravo, 33, completed his move to Manchester City from Spanish champions Barcelona on Thursday.
Manchester City recruit Claudio Bravo penned an open and heartfelt farewell letter to everyone related with Barcelona, a club who will constantly have a place in his heart.
Bravo ended his trophy-laden two-year spell at the Camp Nou on Thursday, joining Pep Guardiola’s revolution at Premier League giants City on Thursday.
The 33-year-old Chile international goalkeeper won it all in Barcelona, claiming two LaLiga titles, the Champions League, as well as the Copa del Rey, Supercopa de Espana, UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club Globe Cup.
And Bravo utilised Twitter and Instagram to provide a final farewell for the Spanish champions.
“I want to express in these lines what is going through my head now that the time has come to say goodbye to such a grand institution as FC Barcelona, whose colours I’ve been in a position to proudly defend for two seasons,” Bravo wrote.
“The way I’ve been treated by the coaching employees at FC Barcelona, for the moments I’ve knowledgeable with such excellent players, for the love of all the club staff and, needless to say, for the assistance and affection that the fans have shown to me at all times.
“I can say which you have created me really feel at dwelling and Barca will usually have a location in my heart.”