Manchester City will resist any loan offers from West Ham United or Newcastle United for Joe Hart, according to The Daily Mail.
Rather than loan out their third choice goalkeeper, Manchester City want to sell him.
The Citizens believe that they can secure a decent fee for the England international, who is clearly surplus to requirements at the Etihad after being frozen out by Pep Guardiola.
Manchester City are demanding £18m for Joe Hart which could price both Newcastle United and West Ham out of the race.
It will be difficult to pay that fee and match his wages of £120k per week.
The 30-year-old spent last year out on loan at Torino and now faces an uncertain future as Guardiola ranks him behind Ederson and Claudio Bravo due to his lack of ability with the ball at his feet.
With the World Cup coming up next year, Joe Hart needs regular playing time to keep his spot between the sticks.
With two years left on his current deal, he is trying to force a move away for his own future.
Jordan Pickford, Jack Butland, Tom Heaton and Fraser Forster are all putting pressure on Joe Hart with just one year left until the World Cup.