Manchester City are reportedly willing to slash the asking price for Everton target Joe Hart. Pep Guardiola has frozen the 30-year-old Hart out of Manchester City’s future plans and sent him out on loan to Italian Serie A club Torino this past season.
Torino have now opted not to sign the England first choice goalkeeper permanently as they cannot afford his salary on an ongoing basis.
Italian giants Roma have reportedly made an inquiry about signing Hart though they are adamant that City must slash their asking price and help with his £130,000-a-week wages.
Hart would however prefer a move to a Premier League as it will boost his England national team chances. Everton could opt for him should they fail to sign Jordan Pickford. Liverpool may also swoop due to inconsistent form from Simon Mignolet and Loris Karius this past season.
Hart will know that should he not find a new permanent club soon, Fraser Forster, Jack Butland or Tom Heaton could become new England first choice.