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Everton back in for Joe Hart?

Everton boss Ronald Koeman last week categorically declared that there was ‘no interest’ in signing Joe Hart from Manchester City this summer.

However, a report today in The Sun on Sunday today claims that Everton are once again considering making a move for the 29-year old goalkeeper.

Reports emerged this morning that the English ‘keeper is a target for Italian club Torino, as well as being monitored by AC Milan.

However Ronald Koeman will look to sign the Manchester City stopper before Wednesday’s deadline, providing that he can get rid of current back up goalkeeper Joel Robles.

They will try to sell the former Atletico Madrid and Wigan ‘keeper to Sunderland, who are in desperate need of a new number one following the serious injury sustained to Vito Mannone.

If Everton can pursuade former Blues boss David Moyes to take Robles of their hands, then they will re-enter the race to sign Englands current number 1.

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