Manchester has become the Premier League’s residency of uncertain goalkeeping situations over the last few years.
In addition to Pep Guardiola’s questionable decision to axe Joe Hart and bring in error-prone Claudio Bravo as Manchester City’s new No.1 last summer, David Ge Gea’s long-term future at Manchester United has been inconclusive ever since that move to Real Madrid was scuppered by a dodgy tax machine.
Well, the two situations could well cross paths this summer according to The Independent, who claim Joe Hart is open to making a shock switch to Old Trafford should De Gea finally complete his long-awaited Bernabeu transfer.
No doubt, it would be quite a controversial deal for all parties involved, so we asked Red Devils fans last week whether they’d back a move that saw Hart succeed De Gea as United’s No.1.
Well, according to the results of our exclusive poll, 65% would be against such a deal. Should the Spain international depart this summer, Jose Mourinho might be wise to do his shopping a little further from home.