Graham Roberts is hopeful that Joe Hart gets a good move if he leaves Tottenham, but has questioned whether the 34-year-old would be Celtic’s first-choice should he joins the Glasgow giants.
Signed by Jose Mourinho 12 months ago, Hart was Hugo Lloris’ back-up last season, making 10 appearances in the Europe League and Carabao Cup.
However, the arrival of Pierluigi Gollini on loan from Atalanta looks to have marked the end of Hart’s short spell in north London, with the prospect of becoming third-choice an uninspiring one.
With that in mind, according to Fabrizio Romano, the former Manchester City stopper is already planning his next move, with talks with Celtic already underway.
The Hoops already have two senior goalkeepers in Scott Bain and Vasilis Barkas, although neither seem up for the challenge to become number one, with the latter making a costly error against Midtjylland in the Champions League last week.
Hart, who’s played 340 times in the Premier League, has endured a tricky few seasons, but should have enough to cope with the level in Scotland.
Roberts exclusively told Football FanCast:
“I like Joe, I think he’s done really well at the club, but I don’t think he put enough pressure on [Hugo] Lloris.
“I hope Joe gets a good club. If he goes to Celtic, will he play? I’m not sure, but he needs to find a club where he will play.”