Claudio Bravo, a Chilean professional football player, is currently playing as a goalkeeper for the Premier League club Manchester City as well as the Chile National Team.

Standing very tall at the towering height of six feet, Bravo has been able to earn a large amount of salary during his career. His current net worth is estimated to be around $7.2 million.

He was the Most Capped Player of all time in Chile with more than 100 appearances since he made his debut in 2004. Additionally, he has also represented the nation in two World Cups and 5 Copa America.




Now, let’s find out some more information related to Bravo’s bio that has been obtained from different sources. He is a native of Viluco, Chile. He came into this world on 13th April of the year 1983 which has now made him reach the age of 33.

Although he is known by the name Claudio bravo, his full name is Claudio Andres Bravo Munoz. His talent was recognized by his father and he took Bravo to Colo-Colo’s youth academy. Then, he eventually made his professional debut in the year 2002.

Bravo won his 1st title in 2006 making ab acrobatic save in Apertura’s penalty shootout final win against the arch-rival C.F. Universidad de Chile. He then signed a five-year contract for the 2006-07 season with the Real Sociedad in Spain.

Later on 18th June of 2014, he again joined Barcelona with four years' deal that was effective from 1st July for €12 million. After that, he signed a four years' deal with Manchester City on 25th August 2016 for reported fee of £17 million.




Claudio Bravo has been active for years and it is sure that during this period, he has won numbers of the fans and followers in his career. Bravo has also over hundreds of followers on his Instagram and Facebook accounts.

He is also active on his Twitter page and the link to that page is in which he got 1.58M followers. Besides, more details related to his bio, family, and transfers also can be obtained from different sites. In addition to that, he also has pages on various sites such as Wikipedia and IMDb.


Prior to that, Claudio Bravo has also represented Chile at U-17, U-20, and U-23 levels. He made his debut with the full side on 11th July of 2004 against the Paraguay in 2004 Copa America and retained the place for rest of 2006 FIFA World Cup qualifiers. 







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