He conceded 62 goals in 36 games playing for Torino, he kept just five clean sheets, but despite the not very flattering for him numbers, he looked satisfied with how this last season went for him.
I really enjoyed it. I’m not going to come back, but I had a good time
Joe Hart told ESPN FC, after having played his last game for the Turin side, a 5-3 win over Sassuolo.
As for his future, the Manchester City goalkeeper, whose contract with the club expires in two years from now, looked absolutely sure that this was the first and the last year he spent playing somewhere on loan.
At my age, going out on a loan again, is not the right thing for me
he said, sending a clear message to City that this time they will have to sell him, so as to start a new long-term spell at another team.
As for Torino, their president said recently that he expected more from “an England international goalkeeper”, and in any case, signing Hart permanently is out of their financial reach.
They are, though, considering signing Salvatore Sirigu, knowing that he may leave PSG this summer, despite having another year left in his contract.