A host of clubs have approached Joe Hart about next season.
The 30-year-old has returned to Manchester City following a season-long loan at Torino, but he has already been told he is surplus to requirements.
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City have spent over £30million on Benfica’s Ederson, ending any hopes whatsoever that Hart could have a future under Pep Guardiola.
Liverpool, Everton and West Ham have all shown an interest whilst Manchester United have also been linked with a shock bid.
“What will be, will be. I’d imagine something has got to give,” said Hart.
“I can’t say it’s not been on my mind. There is that possibility that no-one will want me. There is that possibility that I end up at Man City and I don’t play. That possibility is there.
“I know I’m going to do everything I can to be in a situation where somebody wants me to play for them. I can’t make that happen, but I’m going to try my best.
“I can’t talk to anyone. I’m a Man City player. I’ve got two years on my contract. I can’t have any contact with anyone and I won’t. I’m a Manchester City player until I get told otherwise that ‘we’ve agreed a deal with someone’ or Manchester City want me to go.”
The bookmakers do not believe that Hart has any future at the club and Everton are short-price 6/4 favourites.
We spoke with BetVictor’s Head of antepost Football Michael Triffitt about the Joe Hart market.
“Joe Hart’s future looks no nearer to been resolved with Everton remaining 6/4 favourites to sign him next. A move to Goodison is short after good support recently but there are many more suitors still involved in the chase to secure him.
“The market movers are actually West Ham though who have shortened to 8/1 from 16/1 after interesting support with punters believing a move to the Capital at the Hammers may be tempting now.”