Euro giants to rival West Ham move for Man City keeper after entering talks with Joe Hart
Besiktas have become the latest club to join the race for Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart according to reports in Turkey.
Turkish television channel A Spor ran a report on their Monday evening show claiming that the Black Eagles had entered talks with City over the experienced keeper.
The reigning Turkish champions are keen on a loan move as they would be unable to match the Citizens asking price.
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The England international has also been closely linked with a move to West Ham who are coincidently managed by ex Besiktas manager Slaven Bilic.
The Mirror report that the Hammers also want Hart on a temporary move.
Per the source, Hart would have to accept a £75,000 wage cut to his £175,000 a-week earnings if he were to join the East London based outfit.
Besiktas would however, be able to offer Hart guaranteed Champions League football and the likelihood of a title challenge.
The Istanbul giants have won the league title for the last two seasons.
Hart, 30, spent last season on loan at Torino after being told by manager Pep Guardiola he was free to leave the Manchester based side.
Claudio Bravo arrived as a replacement last August, and last week the Citizens signed Ederson Moraes for £35m from Portuguese giants Benfica.