It's Looking More And More Likely That Joe Hart Is Leaving Man City
Sevilla and Everton battling for the England ace...
It appears all the more clear this morning that Joe Hart is on his way out of the Etihad Stadium.
The 29-year-old stopper was benched for City's opening Premier league game against Sunderland on Saturday as new manager Pep Guardiola preferred Argentinian Willy Caballero as his goalkeeper.
English rivals Everton as well as Spanish side Sevilla are said to be interested in taking Hart off City's hands.
Sevilla would like to sign Hart permanently or on loan, while Everton are among his potential Premier League suitors. [Telegraph]— City Watch (@City_Watch) August 14, 2016
City are willing to listen to offers of around £20m for Hart, who has reluctantly accepted that Guardiola simply doesn’t value him. [Mail]— City Watch (@City_Watch) August 14, 2016
The news represents a significant fall from grace for Hart who has been City's first choice goalkeeper since the 2007/2008 season.
Having picked up two Premier League Titles, an FA Cup and two League Cups throughout his City career, moving to Everton would render his chances of adding more silverware to his cabinet quite slim.
A move to Sevilla would appear more fruitful as the Spanish side have undoubted pedigree, winning the past three Europa League titles.