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Joe Hart offered emotional RETURN to Manchester City

After a remarkable 20-year journey that saw him lift the Premier League trophy twice, Joe Hart, the former England No. 1 goalkeeper, has been offered an emotional return to Man City.

In February, he made the emotional decision to hang up his gloves, marking the end of an era for the 37-year-old football stalwart.

Hart made his Premier League debut for Manchester City on August 15, 2006, against Sheffield United. He was on loan to Birmingham City at that time and earned a reputation as a promising young goalkeeper.

He played a pivotal role in Manchester City’s Premier League title-winning campaigns during the 2011-2012 and 2013-2014 seasons.

His commanding presence and exceptional shot-stopping abilities contributed significantly to City’s success.

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Joe Hart offered emotional Man City return. (Getty)

Hart’s desire to conclude his career on a high note aligns with Celtic’s pursuit of Double glory, as they aim for triumph in the Scottish Premiership and Scottish Cup.

The impending Old Firm Scottish Cup Final at Hampden Park will serve as the stage for his final bow, a fitting finale for a player who has left an indelible mark on the footballing world.

Despite his impending retirement, Hart has made it clear that coaching is not in his immediate plans.

However, according to reports from the Daily Record, his former club Manchester City is eager to welcome him back to the Etihad Stadium, albeit in a non-footballing capacity or as an ambassadorial figure.

This potential reunion with Manchester City would not only signify a homecoming for Hart but also a continuation of his relationship with the club where he achieved significant success.

As an ambassador, he could play a pivotal role in bridging the gap between the club and its fanbase, leveraging his experience and status to contribute to various off-field endeavours.