The future days for Joe Hart seem to be getting tougher by the minute. He was recently disappointed after being left out of the England national team squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. He now has some further bad news to deal with as it seems even West Ham United does not want to keep hold off him.
Hart’s bad run started a season prior to the arrival of Pep Guardiola at the Etihad. The England international had a slacked off and lazy 2015-16 season. He paid the price next season with the arrival of Guardiola who refused to work with Hart and the keeper had to leave for a loan spell.
The player left but never found his game again. Last season he returned to England but had to be content with playing for West Ham United. The Hammers had a tough season and Hart did not make matters easy for him by playing yet another poor season.
The player has been disappointing and it now seems that West Ham are keen to replace him with Tom Heaton. This would see Hart displaced from his position at yet another club and the player will need a new home once again.
There are a number of English clubs he can ply his trade for and we will take a look at 3 possible destinations in England for Hart.
The newly-promoted side have been extremely impressive in the second division this season. They have not been as explosive as Wolves but Cardiff did well enough to earn an automatic qualification. Neil Warnock’s side, however, has only two goalkeepers, one of whom is way too old to play in the top division. They will need a fresh pair of hands at the back and Hart could just be the man.
The move is only likely to take place if the Saints lose their star keeper Alex McCarthy. The 28-year-old star has had an impressive season and the player might be scouted by bigger clubs leaving Southampton weak at the back. This would make Southampton yet another destination for Hart to consider.
A possible reunion between a former England manager and a former England goalkeeper. Both parties will be in need of one another and the move could be ideal for Hart’s form and Palace’s relegation fight next season.