Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart is willing to leave the Premier League in a bid to save his career.
The England number one has endured a torrid time at West Ham this season after he lost his place as the club’s number one when David Moyes was made their new manager.
The Manchester City goalie was axed from the Etihad when Pep Guardiola took charge at the start of last season, and he moved on loan to Italian side, Torino.
He was made number one there and enjoyed a resurgence, however, when the Italians could not agree a permanent deal with Manchester City for his signature, he was forced to move on loan again this time to West Ham.
The Hammers struggled early in the season with him in goal. But when Slaven Bilic was fired and David Moyes was named their new manager, he became the second choice.
With just a year left on his Manchester City contract, Sun Sport is claiming that he is willing to move another European league to save his career.
He is still considered England’s number one by Gareth Southgate, but if he continues to struggle to play, he may lose that spot to Jack Butland.