The England international does not care about being snubbed by his Man City manager.
Joe Hart remains unfazed by Guardiola’s decision to axe him from the Citizens’ squad as “it makes no difference to his life”.
The goalkeeper played only one game under Pep in the Champions League against Steaua Bucharest, with the Catalan deciding he would not be relying on Joe Hart in the future. Hart then moved on loan to Torino, but felt he was not given enough chances to prove himelf.
“When I was 22, when Hughes did it, it made me a lot angrier than it did this time. I didn’t know how to deal with or how to cope with it,” he is quoted as saying by The Offside Rule Exclusives.
“So when this happened I was all up for a fight, and a fair fight is good for me and if I lose I will shake hands with my opposition, but I realised this wasn’t going to be my opportunity for a fair fight so I looked elsewhere.
“There was no point getting upset or irate because there was only ever going to be one winner and that was going to be the guy who Manchester City had put in charge.”
Joe Hart is currently at West Ham, but the Hammers do not have the option to buy him at the end of his loan. Yet, the Englishman does not seem quite keen on the idea of reuniting with Manchester City.