Vital Wolves: Man City stopper chooses Birmingham
The Daily Express says Hart is set to turn down a move to Wolves and move to Birmingham in a £4million deal. - Tribalfootball
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MANCHESTER CITY goalkeeper Joe Hart is set to move to Birmingham according to the Daily Express.
We here at Vital Wolves have to confess, we missed this one when we went through all the newspapers while eating our Corn Flakes (other breakfast cereals are available).
So instead of basing this story direct from their article, this is now a bit of Chinese whispers as it comes from football website tribalfootball.
Hart had previously been linked with a loan move to Wolves, but it seems Birmingham could offer the England Keeper a permanent switch.
Vital Wolves Comment: Would have been nice to see Hart come to Wolves, but other areas on the pitch are more of a priority.
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