Tottenham Hotspur goalkeeper Joe Hart will be allowed to decide his own future amid interest from Celtic, according to Sky Sports reporter Michael Bridge.

The Bhoys – fresh from getting their season off to a horrific start after exiting the Champions League in the second qualifying round for a second consecutive campaign earlier this week – have entered negotiations with Spurs over a deal for the former England international, according to transfer guru Fabrizio Romano.

Celtic are hoping to swoop after Spurs completed the signing of Atalanta shot-stopper Pierluigi Gollini, with the agreement being a season-long loan and an option to buy.

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Gollini’s arrival will result in £50,000-a-week Hart, 34, being demoted to Nuno Espirito Santo’s third-choice goalkeeper.

Hart, who joined Spurs following his release from Premier League rivals Burnley last summer, has entered the final 12 months of his contract and made just 10 appearances last season.

Bridge has revealed the ball is in the former Manchester City and West Ham United goalkeeper’s court.

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He told Football FanCast: “He had a couple of bad spells at Burnley and West Ham and all of a sudden he is at Tottenham Hotspur at the best training ground in Europe, so I can understand why he’s probably not in a rush to leave.

“Celtic are keen to get him. I don’t know how far that is down the line but they have made enquiries.

“I don’t even know if he will command a fee. It’s purely up to him because he knows he isn’t going to get any game time.”

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