Mark Noble Lauds Joe Hart Ahead of West Ham Loan Move

Sandy Mccarthy
July 17, 2017

A few years ago, West Ham fans would be going potty about signing England worldwide goalie Joe Hart.

And he feels Hart should have been treated better, having been jettisoned by Pep Guardiola after the Catalan's arrival previous year and subsequently loaned to Serie A side Torino.

City had been hoping to sell Hart permanently, but set his price at £25 million for their top-six rivals and £20 million for the sides below.

Should the loan move be completed, it is expected that City will part-fund a percentage of Hart's wages and the agreement will include an option for West Ham to buy the 30-year-old.

Hart is now poised to formalise his move to the Hammers, which will likely lead to speculation over the futures of Adrian and Darren Randolph.

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Despite his recent troubles West Ham will welcome the arrival of such a significant figure to reinforce a defence that conceded 64 goals in the Premier League last season.

He is obviously a fantastic goalie but at the minute he is not our player.

Noble has claimed that Hart "probably deserves a little bit more respect" as the stopper nears a switch to the London Stadium.

West Ham United expect to confirm the season-long loan of England goalkeeper Joe Hart from Manchester City on Monday.

Joe Hart is set for a Premier League return after a one-year loan spell in the Serie A with Torino.

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