Liverpool have two inconsistent goalkeepers in their squad and Jurgen Klopp must solve the dilemma by signing a top goalie next summer.
England international and Manchester City star Joe Hart has been heavily linked with a move to Anfield for quite some time. Last summer, Pep Guardiola opted to loan out Hart (to Torino) and lured Claudio Bravo to replace him.
Last month, we covered a report (via Mirror) claiming that the 29-year-old star has told his friends that he wants to join the Reds.
Not so long ago, reports in the media (Express via ClubCall) suggested that City are not willing to sell Joe to the likes of Liverpool and Chelsea. If the latest reports are anything to go by then the Merseysiders can finally agree his signing.
According to The Times, contrary to suggestions, the four time PL Golden Glove winner is free to join the PL rivals in the summer and Pep wants over 20 million pounds ($25million) for him.
Not to forget, Liverpool have also opened talks to sign $25million rated German international Mario Gotze (via Mirror).
Hart has featured in 25 games in all competitions for the Serie A side this season and kept only six clean sheets. In the past two seasons, even Joe proved to be inconsistent and that is the reason Pep got rid of him.
In your opinion, is Joe Hart good enough to solve Liverpool’s goalkeeping conundrum?
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