Recent statements from Manchester City Manager, Pep Guardiola, suggest that Joe Hart’s Man City career is almost over. The Catalan seems jubilant the way Willy Caballero has filled the void and is a bit impressed with the way the Argentinean is covering the nets.
Joe Hart is currently playing for FC Torino in Serie A on loan from Man City and has kept five clean sheets for the Turin outfit. The speculations about Joe Hart’s departure were quite evident when he was loaned at the start of the season, and the rift between the 29-year-old and the new manager was quite visible.
The Catalan trusted the former Barcelona Goalkeeper, Claudio Bravo, and appointed him as a replacement for Hart but he failed to impress, which allowed Caballero to step forward. Guardiola seems happy with his options, and when asked about Hart, he replied: we will talk about it at the end of the season.
Guardiola was asked today if there was a chance of Joe Hart coming back next season. He replied: "I'm so happy with Willy & Claudio" #mcfc
— Andy Hampson (@andyhampson) February 28, 2017
Hart failed to impress Guardiola and was shipped to Turin. Well, a player of Hart’s caliber deserves much better. The 29-year-old is still England’s Number 1, and many English and European clubs are willing to sign him.
Should Hart sign for a new club or wait for his opportunity at Man City?