The future of England No 1 Joe Hart is in the balance at Manchester City.
Boss Pep Guardiola has already swooped for £34.8m Brazilian Ederson from Benfica and £17m flop Claudio Bravo is still at the club.
SunSport assesses the options for Hart away from the Etihad.
THEY are the bookies’ favourites to bring in the England star, with Ronald Koeman keen on a higher- profile option than Maarten Stekelenburg and Joel Robles.
The Toffees finished seventh to secure a Europa League spot and boss Koeman will need options with a congested season ahead.
A SWITCH to Stamford Bridge would be unlikely but Thibaut Courtois is a target for Europe’s elite, including Real Madrid.
The European champions may turn their attentions to the Belgian if they fail to land Manchester United’s David De Gea.
But the Blues have already sold back-up Asmir Begovic to Bournemouth.
LORIS KARIUS and Simon Mignolet struggled for form last season and have yet to fully convince.
That has increased speculation about a swoop for Hart but Kop boss Jurgen Klopp publicly dismissed that in April.
The Reds are facing a big season after getting back into the Champions League and do need a top-class keeper.
IF David De Gea moves to Madrid, Hart could make a controversial switch across Manchester.
But should the Spaniard remain at Old Trafford, any Hart move seems unrealistic — especially as United have an extremely competent No 2 in Sergio Romero.
The Argentine started in the Europa League final triumph.
THERE is virtually no chance of Hart staying at the Etihad — despite Willy Caballero being released.
Claudio Bravo’s form was bitterly disappointing last term but Pep remains a fan, plus new buy Ederson will want to start.
Even a return to Torino is remote for Hart, who loved his loan spell in Italy.