Amid reports linking West Ham United with a move for Joe Hart, the Manchester City goalkeeper has reportedly said that he is keen to move to the London Stadium, according to The London Evening Standard.

Joe Hart is clearly out of favour at Manchester City and does not have a future at the Etihad Stadium.

He was frozen out by Pep Guardiola last year, who brought in Claudio Bravo as his first choice goalkeeper, and was subsequently loaned out to Torino in Serie A.

The England international, who is still viewed as the Three Lions’ number one choice, is now seeking a move away from the Citizens.

Manchester City recently signed Ederson from Benfica, pushing Joe Hart down to third choice goalkeeper.

As of yet, no clubs have made any official bids for the 30-year-old and the majority of teams have been priced out of a move by Manchester City’s transfer fee demands.

West Ham are interested in a loan deal for Hart and this appeals to all parties with the former Premier League winner interested in joining the Irons on loan.

West Ham are actively looking for an improvement on current options Adrian and Darren Randolph, who have both had error-riddled seasons.