Joe Hart is already attracting interest from Premier League clubs and could be set for a move to Everton or Chelsea when his Torino loan finishes, according to The Sun.
Hart was forced out of Manchester City by newly-appointed manager Pep Guardiola in the summer and joined Italian club Torino on loan in search of first-team football.
The Sun report that Hart has begun to rebuild his reputation in Serie A and his recent performances are attracting the attention of several top English sides.
The tabloid believe that Hart was courted by Everton in the summer and they could revive that interest, but his £120,000-a-week wages may prove too steep for the Merseyside club.
The Sun also believe that Chelsea could enter the race for the England international as they aim to comply with the Premier League’s home-grown regulations.
Torino currently sit fourth in the Serie A table with Hart conceding just three goals in their last five games. If he can continue to replicate that performance form throughout the season his stock will continue to rise.