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Manchester City will allow Joe Hart to leave the club permanently at the end of this season for just £10m, although no Premier League clubs will be considered as a possible destination at that price, with City refusing to sell to another club in the English top flight for anything less than £20m.
Hart, currently on loan at Torino, was deemed surplus to requirements by Pep Guardiola when the former Barcelona and Bayern boss took charge at the Etihad in the Summer. Claudio Bravo was brought in as Hart's replacement, although the Chilean has struggled to settle since arriving in Manchester.
"If someone mentions playing it out from the back again I'll fucking swing for 'em" (Image: PA)
Hart's £120,000-a-week deal with City still has two years left to run on it, but it would take a remarkable change of heart from Guardiola for the England number one to see the contract out at Eastlands, with a move abroad now looking most likely.
"I'm eating tagliatelle every day and the weather's belting but yeah, I'm well arsed Claudio Bravo can pass a ball" (Image: Torino)
Everton, Sunderland and Liverpool had all been linked with Hart's signature over the Summer, but it is unlikely any of them will revive their interest next Summer given City's steep asking price for English clubs.
(H/T The Sun)
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