Manchester City have talent all over the field, and one of their star players of the season was goalkeeper Ederson.
The Brazilian joined the North-West outfit from Benfica last year and firmly cemented his place as number one.
It is highly unlikely that manager Pep Guardiola will be looking for a new keeper to take Ederson’s place, but the club could do with a fresh back-up.
Claudio Bravo did not cover himself in glory during his first season at City as he made a handful of costly mistakes.
On Wednesday, The Telegraph reported that City have an interest in West Bromwich Albion keeper Ben Foster.
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The publication also stated that the 35-year-old, along with teammate Craig Dawson, are set to be fined for refusing to attend the Baggies’ pre-season tour to Portugal.
In April, Foster confirmed that he intended to stay at West Brom, but this latest news suggests otherwise.
Some City fans are keen on the idea of the shot-stopper moving to the Etihad, while others are uncertain.
Not bad signing tbh if we can get him for a couple mil
— KDB (@northy200) June 27, 2018
I do think we should sell Bravo but not sure about Foster. Should go for someone max 31 years old (although I have no clue who would be available). We’ll end up having to buy another backup GK next summer if we sign someone this old imo.
— H.Jaj (@Voven6) June 27, 2018
Are you joking
— kholapoh (@tilltezs) June 27, 2018
Fine with me – gets Bravo out the door, and allows Gunn (maybe need to buy-back), Muric, or even Rulli (??♂️) to take up the No. 2 GK spot in the next 1-2 years
— AJG (@agalligan0) June 28, 2018
Actually a decent keeper in all fairness ?♂️
— Danny (@Dannymcfc) June 27, 2018
Better than Bravo tbf
— Connor Dooley (@connor_dooley10) June 27, 2018
— Lawrence Bury (@lawrence_bury) June 27, 2018
Foster is a solid back up and is English, Get Bravo off the books as well
— Benham (@kie_benham) June 27, 2018
— Cityzen (@raju03169) June 27, 2018