Man City Lower Asking Price For England Keeper To £5m, Turkish Giants Interested

Fenerbahce are reported to be interested in Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart according to The Times.

Per the source, City have reduced their asking price for Hart to £5m.

The England keeper has made it clear he will only leave the club on a permanent deal after being sent out on loan for the past two seasons to Torino and West Ham, respectively.

The 31-year-old has been included on City’s pre-season tour of the US but does have just 12 months remaining on his contract and has yet to be offered a new deal.

The report does claim that the Citizens would not rule out the possibility of a free transfer.

Sources close to Fenerbahce have revealed to Turkish-Football that signing a new keeper is not a priority.

The club have not made a move for Hart or held talks with his representatives over a move.

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The Yellow Canaries currently have three available first-team keepers and plan to sign an additional striker and defender before making any further transfer plans.

A free transfer would however, be tempting as Fenerbahce do not see current first-choice and second-choice keeper, Volkan Demirel and Kameni, respectively as long-term options.