Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart is reportedly expressed his desire to stay in the Premier League next season, even if he could get an opportunity to join arch-rivals Manchester United.
It’s understood that, the 30-year-old’s future at the Etihad Stadium looks uncertain after falling down the pecking order upon the arrival of Pep Guardiola, therefore he was being offload to the Italian outfit Torino on loan.
The Serie A club concede that they cannot afford to sign the England international permanently, meaning that the Citizens may be forced to sell to a rival Manchester club if they want some good money.
According to The Independent, United manager Jose Mourinho has started looking for a replacement shot-stopper as he might lose David de Gea to Real Madrid at the end of the season, with Hart among those number one targets.
Hart, who valued at around £15m by City, has featured 31 times in the Serie A top flight this season and could join the Red Devils if needs to be.