Joe Hart has been told by Nuno Espirito Santo that he’s not part of his plans for next season, according to Football.London.
Signed by Jose Mourinho 12 months ago following his release from Burnley, the ex-England goalkeeper made 10 appearances in the FA Cup and Europa League last term having been an unused substitute in all 38 Premier League matches.
The 34-year-old, who started against Leyton Orient on Saturday before missing out against Colchester in midweek, looked on course to be Hugo Lloris’ back-up once again.
However, the imminent arrival of Pierluigi Gollini from Atalanta appears to have marked the end of Hart’s short Spurs career.
That’s because Alasdair Gold believes that with Gollini is expected to become the number two, Hart will be left to compete with youngster Alfie Whiteman to be third choice or find a new club.
It’s a sorry end to a tough few years for Hart, who’s now on course to be looking for yet another new club in the near future.