New Delhi: Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart who has been in the shadow lately since new manager Pep Guardiola took the reins and expressed it quite openly that the impassioned keeper was not in his envisioned squad for the upcoming season has finally made the move to Italy's Torino.
Joe Hart has apparently agreed a deal to join Torino on a season-long loan. Hart will be in Turin on Tuesday to undergo a medical examination before completing his move away from Manchester City.
The 29-year-old who has been looking to revive his fledgling career will be given around £135,000 a week by Torino. Hart has already been given the permission to fly to Turin for his medical test.
But Torino was not the only choice for Hart who was supposed to imminently move away from City. Sunderland had offered a transfer deal for Hart to Manchester City, but Hart refused it because he did not want to be part of a relegation battle at Sunderland and that he felt that playing in Italy's Serie A could give his career a much-needed kick.
Hart has also been told by the England squad that he should play regularly if he wants to be a part of the World Cup squad.