Goalkeeper Joe Hart is attracting interest from relegation threatened side West Ham regarding a potential move to the London Stadium next season. According to The Telegraph, the Hammers are keen on bringing Hart back to the Premier League provided they can survive this season.
Hart’s career at Manchester City is beyond repair as Pep Guardiola doesn’t see Hart as a suitable shot-stopper for his style of play. England’s number one has spent the season on-loan at Torino but it’s unlikely the Italian club can afford to sign Hart on a permanent basis.
City want a fee of £20million for Premier League clubs interested in Hart and for a goalkeeper with the ability of Hart, the Hammers can seemingly afford to make Joe their number one.
West Ham are expected to sell one of Adrian or Darren Randolph during the summer and a move to the London Stadium likely to suit all parties.
However, relegation would see Hart reject any move to the London Stadium.