Barcelona will not let goalkeeper Claudio Bravo leave the Camp Nou, according to the club’s international sporting director Ariedo Braida.
Bravo has been a key figure for Barca since joining them from Real Sociedad in 2014, although he is only the club’s first-choice goalkeeper in La Liga, with Marc-Andre ter Stegen preferred in the Champions League and in the Copa del Rey.
Recent speculation suggests the 32-year-old will look for a route out of the club should he continue to play second fiddle to ter Stegen in the Champions League.
But, speaking to Chilean newspaper El Mercurio, Braida said: “He (Bravo) is not in the market, nor are we listening to offers for him.
“He is one of our stars and is not going anywhere, he will not move from the club.”
Bravo is under contract at Barcelona until 2018, while he has a €15m buyout clause.