Manchester City goalkeeper Claudio Bravo has sustained an Achilles tendon injury in training which could rule him out for a lengthy period of time.
The Chile international suffered the injury during a training session on Monday and scans have revealed that he has ruptured the tendon in his left foot.
The 35-year-old, who will now travel to Barcelona for further tests on Thursday, tweeted: "No matter what happens, or how bad it looks today, life will go on, and tomorrow will certainly be better."
Bravo's injury leaves City reliant on 20-year-old Daniel Grimshaw to act as deputy to first choice Ederson.
The former Barca stopper has not featured in the Premier League this season but was part of the side that beat Chelsea 2-0 in the Community Shield.