Hart free to leave Man City on a cut-price deal
England goalkeeper Joe Hart will be allowed to leave Manchester City for a bargain price once he returns from his loan spell at Torino in 2017. The 29-year-old joined the Serie A side on a temporary basis this summer after he fell out-of-favour under Pep Guardiola.
Hart found himself surplus to requirements at the Etihad this season with Claudio Bravo being brought in from Barcelona to own the number one role.
According to The Sun, the Citizens could make the shot-stopper available for a cut-price fee next summer as a sign of thank you for what he has done for the club over the years.
The likes of Sunderland and Everton were interested in Hart last month, but he opted to pursue his career in a fresh league.
Despite losing his place at Manchester City, Hart remains the preferred choice for the Three Lions under new head coach Sam Allardyce.