Joe Hart could extend his loan spell at Torino for a second year amid claims that there is little interest being shown in signing the Man City stopper this summer.
Hart quit the Etihad last summer after new boss Pep Guardiola made it clear he was not part of his plans, and has gone on to become a real fans favourite at the Sadio Olimpico Grande Torino this season.
Hart, who will be 30 this summer, has two-years left on his contract with Manchester City and, despite the club hoping to sell the goalkeeper, his wages are believed to be proving restrictive to potential buyers.
Italian newspaper Tuttosport claims that Hart has informed Torino chiefs that he would prefer to remain with the Serie A club next season rather than return to City to play a bit-part role, especially with his World Cup place with England to play for in 2018.
— Tuttosport (@tuttosport) April 12, 2017
Liverpool, Everton, and West Ham have all been credited with an interest in Hart this summer.