’s veteran columnist, that’s exactly what Joe Hart resembled when Crotone whipped a short corner in toward the far post at the Stadio Grande Torino last Saturday afternoon.
“The situation was obvious to everyone and he was open with me,” said Hart.
Torino have made it clear they would be interested in keeping Hart for another season, but City’s lofty valuation of the 29-year-old, not to mention his wage demands, would mean the Italian club would favour another loan agreement.
A number of Premier League clubs are also thought to be keen on Hart, but Torino’s president is beginning to fear that all of the speculation is unsettling Hart and causing him to make silly mistakes.
"At the most we could take him on loan for another year but that depends on both Manchester City and him.
"We will need to know if Hart is going to be here next year because if he's not then we'll need to change the way we play." Earlier this week.