Guardiola outcast makes come and get me plea to Man City Premier League rivals
According to reports from The Sun, Man City outcast Joe Hart is willing to take a pay cut in order to force through a move to Premier League rivals, Liverpool, as the arrival of Claudio Bravo from Spain signal’s the end of his ten year stay in Manchester.
New Sky Blues manager, Pep Guardiola has shaken things up at The Etihad and the biggest victim of the former Barcelona manager’s overhaul is the England international, with his new boss deciding that a change of style was needed and that the current No.1 was not capable of adapting.
With that decision made, Claudio Bravo, who is expected to take the top spot from the 29-year-old, was announced the latest addition to the squad on Thursday.
The former Birmingham ‘keeper bid an emotional farewell to The Citizens’ fans on Tuesday when he made his first start of the season against Steaua Bucharest at the Etihad.
However, he could yet have one more outing in a blue shirt as Guardiola has confirmed that his new signing will not be starting in their clash with West Ham on Sunday.
A deal with The Reds could be hard to come buy though, with Jurgen Klopp having signed German shot-stopper, Loris Karius earlier in the window, however he is injured leaving Simon Mignolet as the only senior ‘keeper in the side.