We’ve taken a look at the bookmaker’s odds for Hart’s next club.
Joe Hart has made 266 appearances for Manchester City but after some costly errors at Euro 2016, Hart has become the first casualty of Pep Guardiola's reign. With Guardiola rumoured to be launching a bid for Claudo Bravo from his former club Barcelona, it looks highly likely that Hart will have to leave the club if he wants first-team football.
Bookmakers have installed Everton as favourites to sign Hart. Ronald Koeman will be looking to improve his squad and the acquisition of Hart will send a signal of his intent to the rest of the league. If you move quickly, you can get odds of 2/1 that he’ll make the move to Goodison Park.Liverpool are a club in need of a top-class keeper. Current keeper Simon Mignolet has had his critics over the years, with many believing that if Liverpool want to be genuine title contenders, they’ll need a better goalkeeper. Hart would be the ideal replacement for Liverpool and odds of 12/1 for him to make the move to Anfield could be pretty generous.
If you’re not convinced by all this speculation and you think he will fight for his place at Manchester City, you can get odds of 8/13 that he’ll stay but if you move quickly William Hill are currently offering 11/10.