First Season At City, A Disappointment For Stones

Joe Hart has admitted he's not had a single offer despite it being clear he has no future at Manchester City.

The Englishman spent last season on loan at Torino after Pep Guardiola dropped him as City's number one keeper.

Asked whether he had spoken to City before or since they signed Ederson from Benfica, Hart said: "Not really".

"I think there's enough respect between the player and club". They are going about their business, we go about ours.

"There is no animosity between the two parties. They are going in their direction and I need to go in mine".

"I don't know exactly", Hart said of City's asking price, admitting he was unsure whether it differs between English clubs and those overseas.

"I need an offer first and then I need to work out my options".

Iheanacho enjoyed a fantastic breakthrough 2015/16 campaign, scoring eight goals from 26 Premier League appearances, and many were tipping the 20-year-old to be a regular first-team fixture for the next season.

This has left Slaven Bilic weighing up the possibility of signing the 30-year-old on a season long loan, before signing him on a permanent deal next summer. "I love football. I don't know if you guys can see it but that's what I live and breathe and I want to play football at the highest possible level I can play, that's the plan".

"I would love to give you a poker-straight answer, but I've got nothing at the moment". My situation now is interesting and patience is going to be the key'.

"I don't know how much City want for me".

The England goalkeeper's poor year took another turn for the worse on Saturday as he came in for fierce criticism for letting in two Leigh Griffiths free-kicks as England drew 2-2 with Scotland at Hampden Park.

"There is an ideal situation to come out of this but nothing is flawless". They spoke to my agent.

"It's another exciting adventure, another move, the next step in my career, next chapter, next challenge for me personally".

He will be axed for tomorrow's friendly with France in Paris with Jack Butland and Fraser Forster vying to seize his spot long-term.

  • Julie Sanders