West Ham United are in desperate need of a top-class goalkeeper.
The 68-capped England international is currently on a season-long loan in Italy with Serie A side Torino, after being disposed of by Pep Guardiola upon his arrival in Manchester over the summer, although many still regard him to be one of the world's best stoppers.
Joe Hart in action for Manchester City
West Ham have endured a horrendous start to their 2016/17 Premier League campaign, and currently sit in 18th position in the table, with only two sides in the entire division having conceded more goals than them so far this term.
And the Telegraph are reporting that City are willing to listen to offers of £10 million from foreign clubs for Hart, and £20 million from clubs in England, although the fact that the Hammers do not pose a direct threat Guardiola's men could see them secure a cut-price deal.
Hart will be 30 in the summer, and arguably entering the prime years of his career.
What an incredible coup it would represent for West Ham, should they manage to bring the England international to the club.