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JOE HART MAY LOSE HIS PLACE IN MANCHESTER CITY SQUAD

JOE HART MAY LOSE HIS PLACE IN MANCHESTER CITY SQUAD

Manchester City’s boss looking forward to bring Barcelona’s stopper Claudio Bravo or Marc-Andre Ter Stegen for the next season of the Premier League.

 

Currently Joe Hart is leading the stopping charge of Manchester City, but according to the sources City’s boss Pep Guardiola want to replace the English man and targeting Barcelona’s goalkeeper Claudio Bravo or Marc-Andre Ter Stegen as he wants a goalkeeper with good foot skill.

A Manchester City’s insider said, “Hart’s place is definitely under threat next season and Pep is looking for another goalkeeper.

“He wants someone to come straight in who is good with their feet. This is the biggest challenge of his City career.

“He hasn’t been able to use Hart throughout pre-season and his whole playing out from the back system falls down if he can’t do it.

“Pep wants Hart to fight for his place but he must be able to pick it up in training pretty much straight away.”

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