The goalkeeper's agent confirmed it in Radio Cooperativa de Chile
Claudio Bravo couldn't complete Monday's training session. The following day, the club announced the injury on his left soleus, but they didn't specify the length of the injury. However, this Wednesday Bravo's agent confirmed that the goalkeeper will be three weeks out.
"I talked with him and he is calm. This kind of injury usually needs a three-week recovery," said Cristian Ogalde in Radio Cooperativa de Chile. "Bravo thinks he will be better in one week, but he will need to fully recover to avoid a relapse. There's no hurry. He might miss some Liga matches, but he has to be ok for the rest of the season."
If he is three weeks out, the Chilean will miss three Liga matches: Atlético Madrid, Levante and Celta. He could come back to face Las Palmas —September 26— or, at least, he might be fully recovered for the match versus Sevilla.