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Joe Hart's Career Handed Lifeline, City To Pay Substantial Amount To Not Have Him Hang Around

Joe Hart's Career Handed Lifeline, City To Pay Substantial Amount To Not Have Him Hang Around
By PJ Browne

The demise of Joe Hart's Man City career has been rapid.

Pep Guardiola has deemed the 29-year-old unsuited to his style of play. Guardiola requires a keeper who is comfortable distributing the ball with his feet and that is not Hart.

Claudio Bravo was signed from Barcelona during the week. Hart has now dropped to number three behind the 33-year-old Chilean and Willy Caballero.

It's not just Man City who are not interested in Hart's services. Both Everton and Liverpool have reportedly dismissed the possibility of signing the England keeper.

There could yet be a lifeline for Hart - Sunderland. An injury to Vito Mannone means a place had opened up in their starting line-up. The Sunderland Echo reports that Hart could make a move to David Moyes' side on loan.

If Hart does make the move, Man City, according to the Mirror, are willing to pay a sizeable amount of his wages to no longer have him hanging around the Eastlands dressing room.

Hart's wages are £120,000 a week. City are willing to pay £90,000 of that.

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