Man City have confirmed that goalkeeper Claudio Bravo has suffered a rupture in the tendon of his left foot.
Bravo, who joined the club two seasons ago from Barcelona, will fly to Barcelona for further tests on Thursday.
“@C1audioBravo has today sustained an achilles tendon injury in training.
“He underwent scans this afternoon which have confirmed a rupture in the tendon of his left foot and will fly out to Barcelona for further tests on Thursday.
“Get well soon, Claudio! #mancity,” a club statement posted on their official Twitter feed said.
Bravo is the second first-team player to suffer an injury this season, with Kevin De Bruyne ruled out for up to six weeks.