The Bundesliga giants Bourssia Dortmund have joined the race to sign Joe Hart from Manchester City according to The Sun.
Per-the-source Hart is open to a move away from City as Pep Guardiola edges close to signing Claudio Bravo as his replacement. The report goes onto state that the England international is also willing to move abroad.
Harts future at City has been cast in doubt after Guadiola left him on the bench for the Citizen’s opening two games of the season.
The Sun goes onto state that Liverpool and Everton are interested in signing Hart this summer.
Meanwhile the Mail states that City are prepared to listen to offers of £20 million for the 29-year-old.
Hart joined City from Shrewsbury back in 2006 for just £750,000 and is the Citizen’s longest serving player. The England international made 47 appearances in all competitions for City last season and kept 18 clean sheets.
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