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Joe Hart Reportedly 'In The Frame' To Join Manchester United

Joe Hart Reportedly 'In The Frame' To Join Manchester United
PJ Browne
By PJ Browne
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Joe Hart is among the options Joe Mourinho is considering should Sergio Romero decide to bring his time at Old Trafford to an end.

The Sun reports that the Argentine - who just signed a new contract at the club last summer which ties him until 2021 - is unhappy that David De Gea was chosen to start ahead of him for the FA Cup final.

Romero had missed just one game in the cup - the semi-final win against Spurs - up until that point as Mourinho rotated his keepers for the competition.


The 31-year-old, who misses out on the World Cup due to a knee injury, has been at Manchester United for the past three years after joining from Sampdoria on a free transfer.

It's said that Hart is 'in the frame' to replace Romero as backup keeper. After falling out of favour with both Manchester City and England, Hart has spent the past two seasons on loan at Torino and West Ham.

Number one for the first half of the season at West Ham, Hart fell out of favour around Christmas. The 31-year-old still as another year to run on the five-year deal which he signed with Manchester City in 2014.

Also on the list of possible Romero replacements are Celtic keeper Craig Gordon and West Brom's Ben Foster.


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