Man City goalkeeper Joe Hart wanted by Italian side

Man City goalkeeper Joe Hart wanted by Italian side

Man City goalkeeper Joe Hart wanted by Italian side

The goalkeeper is now on worldwide duty ahead of upcoming World Cup qualifiers for England, but has been given permission by the Football Association to speak with the Serie A side.

The England No 1 has been given permission by Sam Allardyce to leave the Three Lions squad at St George's Park and undergo a medical in Turin.

Manchester City are reportedly willing to pay up to three quarters of Hart's salary and Torino are also in transfer talks with the goalkeeper trying to convince him to agree personal terms with the Serie A side.

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Hart's representative Jonathan Barnett said the 29-year-old has agreed to join Torino, with a season-long loan expected.

The report states the out-of-favour Manchester City star is in talks with Torino and has been granted permission by England manager Sam Allardyce to leave the worldwide camp to discuss terms.

New boss Pep Guardiola wants a keeper who is more comfortable with the ball at his feet and last week signed Chile captain Claudio Bravo for £13.5 million from Barcelona.

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"I'm sure if there is anything in the pipeline that Joe will tell us that this may happen", Allardyce told a news conference on Monday.

He was quoted as telling Sky Sport Italia: "We're working on it, but if it isn't going to be Hart then we will keep on working for somebody else, even if there are only a few days to go until the market closes".

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