England international goalkeeper Joe Hart could be allowed to leave Manchester City on permanent basis once his loan at Torino is complete.
After being frozen out by the new Citizens boss Pep Guardiola, England’s No.1 left on for Torino on a season-long deal during the summer transfer market.
Hart’s future at the Etihad is looking bleak at the moment since England goalkeeper failed to alter his style of play and become a passing goalie who will be able to play from the back to Pep Guardiola’s liking.
The Spaniard subsequently made a move for Barcelona shot stopper Claudio Bravo, thus closing the door shut on Hart’s possible return to the manager’s favour.
Prior to sealing a loan move to Torino, Joe Hart had been linked with Everton, but the Toffees however dropped their interest after they were informed Hart’s transfer fee could cost as much as £40 million.
According to reports from the Sun however, Manchester City will be happy to pay up a large portion of Joe Hart’s contract to allow the 29-year-old shot stopper part ways with the Etihad outfit for a considerate transfer fee.