Inter Miami owner David Beckham has offered Burnley goalkeeper Joe Hart a way out of the Premier League, per The Sun.
The goalkeeper has played just once this season, in an EFL Cup defeat to Sunderland.
Hart, of course, won 75 caps for England and played with Beckham on various occasions, while also making 348 appearances for Manchester City prior to his exit.
He is clearly second-choice at Burnley, however, sitting on the bench in every one of their games this season.
Indeed, he has struggled since his City exit, playing for Torino and West Ham before his move to Turf Moor, but Beckham is said to have been in touch as he looks to build his squad at Inter Miami.
They will begin playing on March 1st, 2020, when they take on LAFC in Los Angeles.
Hart isn’t good enough for the Premier League anymore.
Last season, he conceded 41 goals in 19 games for Burnley, at a rate of 2.1 goals per game.
Indeed, since his exit from City, he has been nothing short of a liability. At Torino, he shipped 64 goals in 37 games and conceded 42 in 23 for the Hammers.
A change of scenery, particularly at a club that is forging a new history and is playing in a league where relegation doesn’t exist, could work wonders for the 32-year-old.
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He certainly isn’t going to be first-choice at Burnley any time soon.
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