Joe Hart is set for a medical at West Ham United on Monday, as his season-long loan deal is set to be completed tomorrow.
The 30-year-old will reportedly have his £100,000-a-week wages subsidised by 50% by his parent club Manchester City, as West Ham will have an option to buy England’s number one on a permanent deal at the end of next summer for a reported £10 million.
Joe Hart himself has all but confirmed the deal in the past hour posting this photo on his Instagram, stating he’s “ready for the next adventure.”
Unfortunately with Hart’s arrival at the club it could spell the end for fan-favourite Adrian’s time at West Ham, with Frank De Boer reportedly interested in bringing the Spaniard to Crystal Palace, especially with Steve Mandanda returning to France after just one year in the Premier League.
Darren Randolph would most certainly become West Ham’s number two goalkeeper again, after his shaky and disappointing performances last season, however he is also wanted by Teesside club Middlesborough after a £5 million offer has been made.
For what we know, one of the two keepers will definitely be leaving in this window.
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