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Hart set for medical ahead of loan switch


Filed: Sunday, 16th July 2017
By: Staff Writer


Joe Hart will undergo a medical examination within the next 24 hours ahead of being unveiled as a West Ham player.

The England international, who spent last season at Torino in Serie A is set to complete a season-long loan move to the Olympic Stadium after West Ham and Hart's parent club Manchester City reached agreement regarding the terms of the deal.

And this afternoon (Sunday) the 30-year-old posted a picture of him taking a train from Manchester to London, adding the caption "on route to the next adventure" - as you may see below.

on route to the next adventure #kaammoonnnn

A post shared by Joe Hart (@joehartofficial) on


City will part fund some of Hart's estimated 100,000 per week wages, with various sources claiming that the Citizens will account for anything between 10-50 per cent of his salary during his spell in London.





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