Goalkeeper Joe Hart does not regret his move to Italian side Torino on a season-long loan and believes it was the best available option after falling out of favour with Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola.
The 29-year-old moved to Torino in August after Guardiola, apparently concerned by Hart’s ball distribution, decided to bring in Claudio Bravo from Spanish side Barcelona.
“Football is a game of opinions and some people have a great opinion of me and some people probably think I’m absolutely useless,” Hart told British media.
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“Unfortunately for me, one of the guys’ opinions in charge of my club wasn’t as strong as it needed to be. It was what it was. I had a situation at City where my playing time was going to be limited, so I had to look elsewhere.
“I felt like Torino was the best option. I’m not going to lie. I wasn’t sat there with 25 options. Torino was a really good option for me and it definitely excited me to go to play in Serie A… I have no regrets.”