Joe Hart, the current number 1 of stopper of England expressed the uncertainty of his Man City career when he had spoken to the media for the very first time about his departure from the Etihad. The English international is currently on a season long loan deal to Serie-A club Torino. When the goalie was asked about his city future, he said that it is unlikely.
Hart is this season’s one of the star performers in Torino. The 29 years old keeper admits that he has no future at the Etihad, as long as Pep Guardiola is on charge and thus he will be looking for new challenges. The Englishman still believes that he has plenty more ability to show & thinks himself as a top contender. He has had an amazing decade for the Sky Blues & now it’s time for him to look elsewhere.
He faced the Soccer Saturday and spoke that this was his second season long loan deal. He doesn’t think that he was sent to make any improvements or to prove his worth. He thinks that he was sent because he wasn’t wanted. The first time Hart was sent on a year long loan was back in 2009-10 season. He went to Birmingham and played in 35 matches for them.
The keeper revealed his conversation with the Spaniard manager and said that it was a frank conversation. According to the 29 years old, the new manager offered him about his reservation role and the game lover goalie shook the manager’s hand, respected his decision & politely rejected the offer as he didn’t like to hear something like that. Hart would still like to play for the Citizens but clearly got to understand that he was not going to play. Thus he clearly talked to the chief executive if he had liked to see the keeper go. The England international added that nobody in the club stopped him from leaving.
Manchester City replaced Hart with Chilean Claudio Bravo who was signed from Barcelona. Joe appreciated & Bravo & also said that Pep liked Bravo, Cabellero & Gunn. So he indiacted that some awkward situations were on the way for him & thanked Torino Football Club for giving him the chances.
The on-loan footballer applauded Torino manager Sinisa Mihajlovic & revealed that he had talked to his former team mates about his departure & they all gave him green signal. Hart’s current club wants to qualify for the UEFA Europa League & the goalkeeper is keen to help his team as much as he can.
The smiling goal stopper has already made 12 appearances for the Turin based club & had featured in 329 matches for Manchester City.