Joe Hart feels let down by Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola and will leave the Etihad Stadium next summer, according to reports.
England keeper Hart moved on loan to Serie A side Torino during the last transfer window after he was knocked down to third in the pecking order under the new boss.
Willy Cabellero was preferred to Hart during the early stages of the new season before Guardiola signed Claudio Bravo from his old club Barcelona, leaving Hart with no choice but to find regular football elsewhere.
The Sunday Express has claimed that the 29-year-old is unhappy at the way he was treated over the summer by Guardiola and will look to leave permanently if the chance arises in the summer.
Hart has played five times for Torino so far this campaign and, after a dodgy debut, he has impressed so far during his time in Italy’s top-flight.
The report also says that Hart would be open to a permanent move abroad but would prefer an offer from back home in England, with both Everton and Sunderland linked with the keeper before his move to Torino.