Pundit claims 75-cap worldwide ‘could be a terrific match’ for Celtic subsequent season


Former Wolves keeper and pundit Matt Murray has urged Joe Hart to affix Celtic this summer time.
The 33-year-old is out of contract and he has been linked with the Hoops. A free switch to Celtic might be superb for each events.
Celtic want to usher in a high quality keeper for the subsequent season they usually have been linked with Southampton’s Fraser Forster as effectively. Nonetheless, the funds of the deal may complicate any transfer.
Hart could be a comparatively cheaper choice. The 75-cap England worldwide has confirmed himself on the highest stage and he has loads of profitable expertise as effectively.
He has carried out on the highest stage with England and Manchester Metropolis.
It is going to be attention-grabbing to see if he will get a transfer to Celtic. A spell within the Scottish Premiership might be superb for him at this stage of his profession.
Hart wants a supervisor who will belief him and permit him to play frequently. If he can regain his confidence, it might be a sensational signing for Celtic.
He might be their primary keeper for the subsequent few years.
Chatting with talksport (h/t HITC), Murray has stated that Hart could be a terrific match for Neil Lennon’s aspect.
He stated: “It doesn’t shock me {that a} membership of Celtic’s measurement are in for Joe with the CV he’s obtained. Joe needs to go someplace and be a part of a challenge. Celtic is a large, large membership, one of many largest on this planet.
“Some would possibly say issues concerning the stage of the SPFL however he may nonetheless win issues – ‘ten in a row’ and people Champions League nights.
“I don’t assume they’ll have the ability to hold Forster so I feel Hart could be a terrific match all spherical. I feel there’s been a little bit of disrespect for Joe, with the issues he’s gained. A top-class keeper and a top-class individual.”

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