Manchester City star denies decision on future
Joe Hart has revealed he believes he will be playing in the Premier League next season, but says nothing is lined up yet, per Sky.
Hart, 30, has spent this season on loan at Italian side Torino after Manchester City boss made it clear he did not have a future as the club’s number one goalkeeper.
Torino president on Joe Hart: "We probably didn’t expect so many mistakes from an England international… but he did some good things too." pic.twitter.com/Z3eLqCrIkM— Coral (@Coral) May 13, 2017
Guardiola has come in for criticism for that, with Hart’s replacement Claudio Bravo failing to live up to expectations at the Etihad Stadium.
Clubs such as Everton, Manchester United and Liverpool have been linked, but the England international insists he has not made a decision on his future.
“I feel like people think I’m keeping something close to my chest, I’m not”, he said.
“The goalkeeping world is a little bit crazy, it requires movement, I’ve still got two years at Manchester City, and the only certainty I’ve got is the next three games at Torino.”
Hart then addressed the question of a return to the Premier League: “More than likely, I’d say, but that’s me with no knowledge, I’ve got no firm contact with anybody, but whatever I’m doing I’d love to be permanent where I go.