Joe Hart set to join West Ham on season-long loan

Joe Hart set to join West Ham on season-long loan

Joe Hart set to join West Ham on season-long loan

The England worldwide shot-stopper is not in Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola's plans and spent last term on loan in Italy with Serie A outfit Torino.

England worldwide Hart is reportedly on the brink of sealing a season-long loan move from Manchester City to Slaven Bilic's side, a deal that could contain the option for a permanent switch.

The main goalkeeper of the national team of England will defend the colors of "hammers".

Despite his recent troubles West Ham will welcome the arrival of such a significant figure to reinforce a defence that conceded 64 goals in the Premier League last season.

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City value Hart at £25million but have struggled to find a buyer and it's now believed the 30-year-old will join the Hammers on loan, with the option of a permanent move for a reduced fee of £10m next year.

Regular first-team football would be a major boost for Hart, whose City contract expires in 2019, as he bids to secure his position as England's No1 for the World Cup in Russian Federation in 12 months' time.

West Ham United are attempting to seal a deal for Joe Hart.

"I've known Joe for a long time, we played for England Under-21s together years ago".

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He is obviously a fantastic goalie but at the minute he is not our player.

TheGamblingTimes.com revealed back in March that West Ham were one of the clubs looking to land Hart, and now they have agreed terms.

West Ham have already signed Argentina defender Pablo Zabaleta from Manchester City.

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