The future of Joe Hart is far from Tottenham Hotspurs since today he could seal his exit already in the Glasgow Celtic they are already waiting for you. The English international failed to convince Nuno Espirito Santos, who will continue to have Hugo Lloris as the starting goalkeeper next season so that his future in London remains the same, that is, to continue sitting on the bench, something he did not want for this new season.
According to the account SkySports, Hart’s arrival at Celtic is expected to close today as the Scottish team is willing to pay £1 million for his signing (1.2 million euros in exchange), a figure that fits in with the London team, since it was free last summer. The British goalkeeper has been on a roller coaster in terms of clubs and games for several seasons, as he was never as important as in his time at Manchester City.
–Infinity of clubs, same situation
Joe Hart He had several teams throughout his sports career and the same thing always happened with him, he came to recover and gain importance and ended up on the bench as a reserve. There were also cases where he managed to play as a starter, but without regaining his best level, like the one he exhibited at Manchester City. At 34, he will try his luck in a less demanding league like the Scottish League, where he will try to end his losing streak on the field.