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West Ham target open to staying

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keeper Joe Hart is open to staying at Manchester next season to fight for his place despite rumours circulating that he is set to leave the club, reports the Daily Mail.

Hart has been heavily linked with a move to West Ham amidst talk that he had been deemed surplus to requirements by boss Pep Guardiola, however reports suggest that the keeper, despite still remaining keen on a move away, will not be forced out of the club.

The 30-year-old still has two years remaining on his at the Etihad after spending 11 years at the club. Hart spent last season on- at side Torino following the arrival of Claudio Bravo at last summer from Barcelona.

West Ham remain the most likely to lure Hart away from Manchester, with the club understood to prefer a season long- deal, however the Englishman’s wage bill could be a mitigating factor in the move going through.

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