The Serie A club Torino are set to announce the transfer of Joe Hart from Manchester City according to the BBC.
Per-the-source, the England international is set to sign Torino after being granted permission to leavethe England camp on Monday so he could travel to Italy for a medical.
Hart arrived in Italy earlier today and was pictured wearing a Torino scarf.
Joe Hart has found a new home, but faces a big challenge in Italy. https://t.co/FuSFDlcctn
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Once the deal is completed, Hart will rejoin the England national tea, squad for Sunday’s clash with Slovakia.
Meanwhile the Mirror states that Torino have struck a deal with City to sign Hart on a 12-month loan deal. City have also agreed to foot the majority of the 29-year-old’s £120,000-a-week wages.
Hart’s days at City appeared to be numbered after Manchester City signed Claudio Bravo from Barcelona on Thursday according to the BBC.
Bravo has won the La Liga twice but has decided to leave Barcelona after falling behind Marc-Andre ter Stegen in the pecking order.
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