The England Goalkeeper is set to move to London Stadium on an loan deal with an option to purchase after transactions were quickly finished
West Ham could finish the signing of Joe Hart from Manchester City this end of the week on loan with a choice to buy.
The Hammers are quick to sign another goalkeeper this late summer transfer widow, and have quickly arranged an arrangement for the England international.
City enabled Hart to leave to Torino on a loan last season and he is presently set to move to London Stadium, with Pep Guardiola’s side willing to finance his wages.
West Ham are comprehended to have struck an arrangement that will see City pay half of Hart’s £100,000-per-week salary, and an alternative to purchase will be done
Toward the start of transactions, City set Hart at £20 million however sources have affirmed that West Ham are sure of arranging an arrangement that will enable them to buy Hart for about £12m and £15m.
Both Adrian and Darren Randolph could possibly leave the club because of Hart’s signing as the previous has been connected with Crystal Palace, while both Newcastle United and Middlesbrough are keen on Randolph.
Hart will connect up with previous City partner Pablo Zabaleta in the capital, after the Hammers signed the defender on a free transfer earlier this window.
Two of them won two Premier League trophies, the FA Cup and two League Cups together amid their time at the Etihad Stadium.