Joe Hart set for sensational move to Manchester United

May 1, 2017
By: Milos Markovic

Manchester City will allow their former No.1 to leave Etihad on permanent this summer and it is getting increasingly unlikely that Joe Hart’s current side Torino will be able to keep him past the current season.

Joe Hart was unfortunate to feel Pep Guardiola’s brutal selection methods on his own skin at the beginning of the season when he was loaned out to Italy due to his inability and unwillingness to reinvent himself according to Spaniard’s liking.

Manchester City goalkeeper’s career at Etihad is dead in the water and given Torino’s inability to come up with an offer that would satisfy the Citizens’ demands, Joe Hart could be coming back to the Premier League.

Liverpool have been linked with a move for the England international goalkeeper, but the latest reports suggest that Manchester United are in the race as well.

The Red Devils could end up losing David De Gea this summer, as the Spaniard Is holding out for an overdue move to Real Madrid, and Jose Mourinho is considering options.

Manchester City are reportedly prepared to allow Joe Hart to become the first Blues player in 21 years to join Manchester United. All the Red Devils need to do is to meet City’s £30 million valuation for the shot stopper.

The Mirror reports Pep Guardiola has told Joe Hart his Manchester City career is over and the 30-year-old is now eyed as a potential replacement for De Gea in what would most certainly become one of the biggest transfer stories this summer.

Joe hart has made 32 Serie A appearances for Torino this season.

The Bulls play Serie A champions Juventus next week in the Italian top tier and Joe Hart’s side is priced at whopping 6.5 (11/2) to beat Bianconeri, who are first due to play AS Monaco in the Champions League semi-final first leg during the week.

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