According to The Sun, West Ham United will submit an offer to sign Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart on loan ahead of next season.

It is believed that the deal will be an initial season long loan with an option to make it permanent next summer.

Joe Hart reportedly wants to stay in the Premier League next season after spending last year on loan with Serie A outfit Torino.

Torino cannot afford to sign him on a permanent deal and now he could be in line to join the Hammers on loan.

Pep Guardiola has made it clear that he is not a fan of Joe Hart, citing his lack of ball-playing ability as a factor for him not playing.

Manchester City have Claudio Bravo on their books and recently signed Benfica’s Ederson, meaning that Hart is probably third choice goalkeeper at The Etihad at the moment.

West Ham would struggle to afford to pay £18m for the 30-year-old and afford his wages so a loan deal could be struck instead.

The Irons would include an option to make his deal permanent next summer in the loan deal, while matching his £100k per week wages.

And a recent report has suggested that this move could be feasible.

According to the Sky Sports Transfer Centre Live Blog [Monday 12th June, 12:19 GMT], Manchester City are willing to let the England international join West Ham on loan if a permanent deal cannot be agreed.