Joe Hart is back in demand after a string of stellar performances for club and country with both Chelsea and Everton chasing the 29-year-old.
The England international has helped Torino climb upto fourth spot in the Serie A.
The Manchester City loanie was ousted by new boss Pep Guardiola, with Torino coming to the 29-year-old’s rescue.
Hart’s replacement at Manchester City, Claudio Bravo made a blunder against his former club Barcelona, when he was sent off for handling the ball outside the penalty area.
With Pep not so keen to keep the England no. 1 at the Etihad Stadium, Hart will not command a very high transfer fee and will easily be affordable to both Chelsea and Everton.
Joe Hart will also help both Ronald Koeman and Antonio Conte to manage their squads as he comes under the homegrown quota.
Hart signed a new contract with the Citizens in 2014, which earns him £120,000-a-week. Such a high wage could be a problem with Everton.
While Chelsea are still working out on the Thibaut Courtois situation and if the Belgian decides to leave then Hart could be brought it as his replacement.