Manchester City’s Joe Hart is looking beyond Ethiad Stadium for regular first team football after falling out of favour with Pep Guardiola.
Everton and Sevilla are interested in taking the 29-year-old England international on loan to bolster their squad.
Guardiola decided to start with Argentine Willy Caballero against Sunderland and in City’s 5-0 Champions League qualifier victory over Steaua Bucharest on last night.
Meanwhile, Barcelona keepers Marc-Andre ter Stegen and Claudio Bravo have been linked with moves to the Ethiad.
It is understood Guardiola and Hart have not built up any kind of relationship, with Guardiola saying on Friday that Hart does not have the time to become the kind of ‘sweeper-keeper’ he is looking for.
“I am not saying he’s not able to do it – with training he can do it,” said Guardiola on Friday. “With time. But his time is now. It’s not about what happens in six months, seven months.”
Hart has made nearly 350 appearances for City in all competitions since joining them from Shrewsbury in 2006.
He was England’s most senior player at Euro 2016 behind Wayne Rooney with 63 caps, but he had a disappointing campaign with mistakes against Wales and Iceland as England were knocked out in the last 16.
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