West Ham United’s goalkeeper search could lead them to Manchester City stopper Joe Hart this summer.
According to The Daily Mail, Manchester City are willing to let Joe Hart leave the club this summer for £20m.
Manchester City recently signed Ederson and they have Claudio Bravo on their books too.
This leaves Joe Hart as the third choice goalkeeper at the Etihad after he was frozen out by Pep Guardiola and forced to spend the entirety of last season on loan at Torino in Serie A.
Before deciding on his future, Joe Hart wants assurances from his potential suitors that he will be the first choice at the club.
The England international does not want to settle for being a back-up goalkeeper.
West Ham would certainly be able to offer that to Hart with Slaven Bilic actively looking for an upgrade on current options Adrian and Darren Randolph.
This could mean that one of them is set to leave the club.
Torino cannot afford to re-sign the 30-year-old and Hart wants to be a number one for a Premier League side to keep his place in goal for England ahead of the 2018 World Cup in Russia.
West Ham face competition from Everton for the £20m man.