Joe Hart has been offered another chance to resurrect his career, this time in the American Major League Soccer. The former Torino man’s career has been on a downward spiral since the arrival of Pep Guardiola forced him out of the Manchester City starting eleven, and he did not do much to get more credits when he played for West Ham on-loan this season.
The Hammers have decided against signing him permanently, and he is not in Pep Guardiola’s plans for next season meaning he would have to leave or he would be forced to play in the reserves.
Reports from Sun Sport claim that Manchester City’s affiliate in the MLS, New York City FC is ready to give Hart another chance to prove his worth with a move to the MLS.
Hart has a single year left on his current Manchester City deal and his wage of £125, 000 per week is putting off suitors, he would still have to take a pay cut or get his wage subsidized by Manchester City before he can move to the MLS.
The move would cost NYCFC less than £5million as they are an affiliate to the Premier League champions, however, Hart has to agree to the move and he is currently considering his options.