Joe Hart Posts A Brilliant And Emotional Farewell Message To Torino
Joe Hart is returning to Manchester City following a loan stint in the Serie A with Torino, and he's posted an emotional message to their fans.
The English stopper has confirmed he isn't signing with Torino as he returns to City unwanted by Pep Guardiola after being deemed surplus to requirements last summer.
Though a change of scenery hasn't helped him to rediscover his form from a few years ago with his Torino spell littered with blunders and howlers.
Hart celebrates with the fans with a heart gesture. Image: PA
The Turn-based club eventually finished ninth in the league as Hart conceded 64 goals, keeping just five clean-sheets.
And today, Hart has taken to social media to post a heartwarming tribute to Torino by posting a farewell message.
Hart posted a picture joined by the Torino faithfuls with the following message;
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"I am so proud to have played for your special football club. The way you have treated me and my family is something that we will never forget. I will forever support Torino for the rest of my days. I have met so many special people and this has been one of the greatest experiences of my life. I will come back to see you all one day so it is bye for now, enjoy an amazing summer."
Meanwhile, Guardiola is wasting no time drafting in new talent as he's already snapped up AS Monaco sensation Bernardo Silva, and is reportedly on the cusp of signing Benfica stopper Ederson.
The budding talent is expected to complete his switch to England for a record transfer fee for a goalkeeper.
The Brazilian confessed that he's 'probably' on the move after being identified by Guardiola.
With Claudio Bravo and Willy Cabalero also on the books, it appears Hart is set to join another club with a host of sides monitoring his situation.
From Chelsea, West Ham to even cross-town rivals United.
Where will Hart end up? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.
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