Manchester City are willing to repay Joe Hart’s years of service by letting him leave for as little as £10 million next summer – on one condition.
Hart will be allowed to leave on the cheap, but only to a foreign club and not a Premier League rival, according to an exclusive report by The Sun.
If any Premier League club decides to show interest in England’s number one, City will demand a fee of £20 million.
A ‘City source’ is quoted by The Sun as saying, “The club want to recognise his long years of admirable service. He fell just a year short of his testimonial, where he would have been honoured. He has had a great career here.”
Hart, currently on loan to Serie A side Torino, still has two years left on his £120,000-per-week deal and is reportedly owed around £11.5 million in unpaid wages.