The Manchester City goalkeeper has been credited to the Serie A club for the season, however now confronts an indeterminate future after they conceded they can’t bear to sign him for all time.
Torino won’t have the capacity to sign England goalkeeper Joe Hart on a lasting premise, club president Urbano Cairo has affirmed.
Hart is on a season-long credit with Torino from Manchester City in the wake of losing his place at the Etihad Stadium taking after the entry of Pep Guardiola, who went ahead to sign Claudio Bravo from Barcelona.
The Serie A club are getting a charge out of having Hart available to them yet say they can’t manage the cost of his wages for a full exchange, leaving the 29-year-old with a dubious future past the 2016-17 crusade.
Liverpool have been among a string of Premier League groups connected with a move for Hart toward the end of the season.
“We will appreciate Hart and snuggle him, yet we know he is not our player and his wages are not open for us,” Cairo said to La Stampa.
“We will see what we will do in June.”
Torino sit eighth in Serie An after 18 matches, Hart playing in 16 of those amusements as his side push for an Europa League spot.
Cairo included: “We are focusing on Europe and proclaimed that from the begin of the season.
“I would have gotten a kick out of the chance to go for the Champions League, yet one must adjust the books.”