Liverpool are eyeing to sign England National team goalkeeper Joe Hart next summer, The Daily Mirror reports.
Joe Hart is currently playing in Italian Serie A for Torino on a season-long loan deal after he was dropped from Manchester City squad by incoming manager Josep Guardiola last summer. Barcelona’s Claudio Bravo has arrived to the Etihad Stadium to become the new first-choice keeper – as far the stopper has failed to impress after a series of gaffe’s.
29-year-old Hart has made 15 appearances in Serie A this season and has impressed the Turin based club’s officials, who are reportedly keen to get the England No1 with a permanent deal.
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is now looking for a long-term solution for the goalkeeper’s position, as the new boy Loris Karius is struggling to adapt in English Premier League. The German coach was forced to call Simon Mignolet back to stand in the goals.
Joe Hart’s move to Liverpool could be a dream transfer for all the parts, as Liverpool could get an experienced keeper of high quality, and the player would be able to play a regular Premier League football and secure his status as the England No1.
Hart’s current contract with Man City expires in 2019. Liverpool is now monitoring the situation and ready to make an offer for the stopper. The Leicester City’s Kasper Schmeichel is also among the keepers the Anfield side is interested in.