Three reasons Joe Hart wouldn’t be an upgrade on what West Ham already have

According to reports in The Sun, West Ham United are said to be interested in signing out-of-favour Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart on loan this summer.

With both Adrian and Darren Randolph making mistakes last season that saw them dropped from the starting line-up, Irons manager Slaven Bilic is obviously looking to bring in a new stopper – as long as they are an improvement on what he currently has.

The 30-year-old is surplus to requirements under City manager Pep Guardiola and spent last term on loan at Serie A outfit Torino, although he has already announced that he won’t be moving to the Italian outfit on a permanent deal.

With the 2018 World Cup just a year away, Hart will know that he needs to find a new club this summer in order to be playing first team football next term to ensure that he is still Gareth Southgate’s first choice keeper, but the Hammers certainly need to be wary of any deal.

Here are three reasons Hart wouldn’t be an upgrade on Adrian and Randolph…