Joe Harts future looks increasingly likely to be away from Manchester City and we have the very latest on his potential summer transfer.
The Daily Mirror claim that the England goalkeeper would prefer to stay in the Premier League, which puts Everton in pole position, whilst Sevilla and Borussia Dortmund are also believed to be interested in signing the 29-year old.
They claim that Harts representatives have been given the go ahead to negotiate his Etihad exit, with the only sticking point thought to potentially be his £120,000-a-week wages.
Guardiola will only sanction Harts departure once a deal for Barcelona ‘keeper Claudio Bravo has been completed.
Meanwhile, The Sun claims that Manchester City will NOT allow the goalkeeper to leave on loan, and want £30million for his signature.
Everton are prepared to sign Hart on a permanent basis as well as meet his big wage demands, whilst Hart himself would prefer to move a temporary switch away whilst he decides his long term future.
He of course wants to play Champions League football, but with most of Europes big teams having secured their goalkeeping department, he would prefer to move away on loan before a permanent switch next season.