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Scottish club expressing interest in Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper
By Eddie Razo -

The goalkeeper position at Tottenham Hotspur is getting crowded with the recent addition of Pierluigi Gollini, which leaves no room for Joe Hart. The English club will now look to find the 34-year-old a new club, and there appears to be one expressing interest. 

According to Italian football journalist Fabrizio Romano, Tottenham is in negotiations with Celtic FC over Hart. Talks remain ongoing, but Romano doesn’t add any further details regarding what fee the Scottish club is offering to pay for Hart. 

Hart arrived last summer and has another year left on his contract, but it seems as though the London-based club is ready to part ways with the veteran goalkeeper. 

Last season, Hart made ten appearances for Tottenham serving as Hugo Lloris’ backup, where he conceded eight goals and had five clean sheets. 

The England international brought a lot of experience to the goalkeeping position, but Hart is expendable now. Acquiring any fee seems like a solid business decision from Tottenham’s angle. 

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Bertoliver
Bertoliver
1 month ago

Seemed a very strange signing, quite possibly to supplement the home grown quota. None of his loan signings since Pep binned him have gone well and when he played for us he looked very suspect. If Celtic don’t take him I suspect he will hang around to see out his contract given the probable lack of any suitors.

East Stand
East Stand
1 month ago

Supposedly Celtic don’t with to pay a fee for Hart, which is completely reasonable. He was Burnley’s third choice, then released and we picked him up on a free. With us he did the square root of zero, so expecting a fee is just a complete p*ss take.

Nothing against the guy personally, but he was a very weird signing. Move him on, good luck and all that cobblers…

eddie
eddie
1 month ago
Reply to  East Stand

It can only have been homegrown quota.

Paul
Paul
1 month ago
Reply to  East Stand

There were a few good reasos Skipp and Sess were destined for loans, Danny Rose was banished we needed the home grown quota, cheap and experience. I thought it was a mistake to play him so often. The duties should have been shared with Gaza not Lloris for the ropey and cup ties.

East Stand
East Stand
1 month ago
Reply to  Paul

As Eddie also mentioned, it must have been a quota thing for the Ropey League. Otherwise completely without logic….

eddie
eddie
1 month ago

Great news.Perhaps we can convince them to take a job lot including a lot of our deadwood,as it looks like they need a rebuild after being dumped out of the CL last night and last season’s league form.

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