Besiktas want to strengthen team with £25m Man City keeper ahead of Champions League campaign, West Ham want star player on loan

Besiktas want to strengthen squad with Man City keeper ahead of Champions League campaign

Besiktas are plotting a move for out-of-favour Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart according to reports in Turkey.

Fotomac report that the Black Eagles are planning to replace first-choice keeper Fabri and second-choice keeper Boyko with Hart.

Per the source, the Turkish champions are keen on strengthening their goalkeeping position ahead of their Champions League campaign.

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Besiktas are aware that Hart, 30 faces an uncertain future at City.

The Citizens do not have any offer for Hart and have been forced to consider lowering their £25m asking price according to the Mirror.

The report claims that only West Ham have made a loan bid for the 30-year-old.

Besiktas would not be able to match City’s asking price unless it was significantly reduced and could be forced to make a loan offer.

Hart currently has two-years left on his £150,000-a-week contract at the Etihad.

The Istanbul giants would be able to offer Hart first-team as well as Champions League football next season.

The England international spent last season on loan at Serie A outfit Torino.

Claudio Bravo arrived as a replacement last August, and the Citizens recently signed Ederson Moraes for £35m from Portuguese giants Benfica.