Collymore: Arsenal, Liverpool should consider Joe Hart

England's Joe Hart

Will Arsenal and Liverpool try and sign the 29-year-old?

England's Joe Hart

Stan Collymore has written for Boyle Sports that Arsenal and Liverpool should look at offering Joe Hart an escape route from Manchester City.

BBC Sport reported on Monday that Hart is willing to leave the Sky Blues this month after being dropped by manager Pep Guardiola for their 2-1 win over Sunderland in Saturday's Premier League opener.

Sky Sports claimed today that the two-time Premier League champion is willing to move abroad.

England's Joe Hart

Arsenal and Liverpool do not exactly have stellar options between the sticks. Petr Cech endured an up-and-down first season with the Gunners last term, while the unreliable Simon Mignolet remains the Reds' number one despite Jurgen Klopp bringing in Loris Karius and Alex Manninger this summer.

And Collymore believes that both English giants - who played out a 4-3 thriller on Sunday - should consider a swoop for the 29-year-old, who does not turn 30 until April.

Spain's Alvaro Morata has a shot saved by Czech Republic's Petr Cech

"I can’t see any reason why Liverpool, Arsenal or Chelsea wouldn’t be having a good look at him and thinking ‘could we get a bargain and could we make him a better keeper?’ I think the answer is yes," he wrote for Boyle Sports.

There is not much rumours about Arsenal going in for him, but Sky Sports claimed that Liverpool would compete with Everton for Hart's signature.

Liverpool's SImon Mignolet during training

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