Hart’s fall from grace
Prior to Pep Guardiola taking over at Manchester City, Joe Hart was one of the top keepers in the Premier League.
However, Hart would put on some questionable displays during England’s Euro 2016 campaign.
Guardiola then decided Hart was no longer required at Man City with the Englishman being sent out on loan to Serie A outfit, Torino.
Given Pep likes to have a keeper who is good with his feet, it isn’t too much of a surprise Hart was dropped as it isn’t his best quality.
But after the Euros and moving on loan to Torino, Hart has never really recovered his best form.
After a loan spell in Italy Hart was then sent on loan to West Ham United.
Burnley then decided to sign Hart on a permanent basis in August of 2018.
As well as being dropped by City, Hart was also ousted as England’s number one by Jordan Pickford.
Hart no longer wanted by Burnley
Hart did feature in 21 games for the Clarets throughout the 2018/19 season.
However, once Tom Heaton recovered from his injury, Hart found himself on the Burnley bench.
Hart has not played for Burnley since Boxing Day when Sean Dyche’s side were smashed 5-1 by Everton.
Now, according to the Daily Mail, Burnley have told Hart he can leave for free this summer in order to help free up some wages.
The report from the Mail also cites Ligue 1 outfit Lille as a club interested in the 32-year-old, should they lose their main keeper, Mike Maignan.