Hart “en route to next adventure”

HartyJoe Hart has this afternoon indicated his future has been decided by posting a personal message on his Instagram account.

And unless there has been  late move by another club it looks as though the England keeper is on his way to the London Stadium

Hart declared on Instagram joehartofficial: “on route to the next adventure” which of course immediately suggests that he has agreed terms with the Irons after days of talks.

However, no formal announcement has yet been made although both the BBC and London Evening Standard claim he will have a medical tomorrow (Mon).

Just ahead of Hart “speaking”it was also claimed by Sky Sports that the Hammers had placed a third bid for Marko Arnautovich.

It’s understood that the offer is around £22 million as the club really starts to crank up the summer window pressure.




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Hugh Southon is a lifelong Iron and the founding editor of ClaretandHugh. He is a national newspaper journalist of many years experience and was Bobby Moore's 'ghost' writer during the great man's lifetime. He describes ClaretandHugh as "the Hammers daily newspaper!" Follow on Twitter @hughsouthon

8 comments on “Hart “en route to next adventure”

  1. Would have Hart as No.1 every day of the week. Both Adrian & Randy were dropped last season for pi$$ poor form. Adrian only got back in because Randy was even worse than he was.
    Hart has got something to prove & will be hungry to show he is still england’s No.1

  2. 2 out of 2 for me and we have spent next to nothing. How can our defence not be improved by the addition of Zabblatta and Hart? Those 2 are going to bring some disapline to our defenders. Reid Ogbonna Fonte and Cresswell will improve. Byram and Mussaka will learn. My only wish is that Adrian stays and Randy goes but that’s for them.

    We still have £60/80M to spend.

    Add to that the recruitment of Collinson and I reckon it’s all falling into place nicely. Chico this week I reckon.

  3. This we already have 2 good keepers is total.they were both swapped and changed about because neither was doing the business.I aint got nothing against them i think they both have their merits but to say we already have 2 good keepers is shyte 😀

  4. I’m well pleased we got him. I don’t particularly like the guy, especially after alleged comments made to the Iceland players in the tunnel at Euro 16. However, he is class. His save against Payet tells you he’s a great keeper and shot stopper. He will organise our defence and rarely has a rush to the head like Adrian and owns his penalty area. I still hope we can hold on to Adrian though. Hart will have an outstanding season and wants to go the World Cup as the No.1 keeper.

    • Haven’t got him yet. Not a done deal. Anything can happen at anytime until he puts on that Claret and Hugh kit it isn’t official

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