Pep Guardiola ruffled feathers upon arriving Manchester City by forcing the exit of club legend and iconic goalie Joe Hart.
As his replacement, Chilean international Claudio Bravo, arrived from Barcelona, and mixed reactions have continued to trail the transfer following some blunders.
Many still claim Hart is a better goalie than the former Real Sociedad shotstopper, but the occasional blunders of the England international has continued at Torino.
Nevertheless, a return to the Premier League is on the cards for him ahead of the summer transfer window, with the likes of Liverpool and Everton reportedly interested in the services of the 29-year-old.
Which of the 2 has been better for their respective clubs in 2016-17?
Hart just like Bravo, has played 17 league games this term, keeping 5 clean sheets and conceding 23 goals. Claudio has kept 4 clean sheets and shipped 19 goals.
Hart has made 43 saves, with a 2.69 average saves per 90 minutes. He has conceded 1.44 goals on an average, and averaged 1.87 saves per goal. He has a 92% average claim success, 44% average punches and 61% pass accuracy.
Claudio on the other hand has made 26 saves, with a 1.53 averages saves per game. The erstwhile Barcelona goalie has conceded 1.12 goals on an average, while he has averaged 1.44 saves per goal. He has an 88% average claim success, 41% average punches and 77% pass accuracy.
Who has been better this term?