Manchester City Coach, Pep Guardiola, has revealed that his goalkeeper, Joe Hart, can leave his team, if he wished to.
The 45 years old coach stated that the goalkeeper has not ask for transfer move, but admits he will allow him if he wanted to leave this summer, although he did insist he would improve if he decides to stay.
Man-City, who will soon confirm the signing of Barcelona’s Claudio Bravo, said that Hart is intense to leave the team after a difficult start to life under the new manager.
However, the coach expressed his heart for all players in the team. “I want joy for all the players, I won’t forced them to stay in the team if they don’t want to stay. All the players here have a contract, if they decide they are going to stay they are going to stay.
“I don’t know if the players are not happy here, or if they want to stay. They decide their future because they have the contract; if they want to stay, they will stay.” He said.
Also, he said: “We will fight together to achieve, if they want to leave because they prefer to play every game… but I’m not referring to Joe alone, but speaking to all the players at the club. There is no doubt about that.”
And Guardiola says he would allow the England No.1 to go if he requested a transfer.
“Yes of course,” he said at a press conference.