West Ham United have taken two young players on trial.
BBC Sport report that Hart, 30, will undergo a medical ahead of a season-long loan move to the London Stadium, handing manager Slaven Bilic a proven Premier League goalkeeper with two league titles to his name.
General view inside the London Stadium
Whilst Hart brings experience, West Ham are also weighing up deals for two young players, who have joined the club on trial for pre-season training.
West Ham's Under-23's made the short trip to take on Barnet in a friendly on Saturday, and the club's official report from the game confirmed that Oriol Rey and Julian Kristoffersen both took part as trialists for the Hammers.
Rey, 19, has come up through the ranks of Barcelona's famed La Masia academy, but is now a free agent having been released at the end of his time with Barca's Juvenil A team.
A defender who can play at centre back, left back or even in holding midfield if needed, Rey may be considered a little small for a centre half at just 5ft 8in tall, meaning West Ham may view him as a left back moving forward.
West Ham United manager Slaven Bilic
Additionally, striker Kristoffersen also featured, with the 20-year-old ex-Copenhagen attacker being given a chance to impress in a bid to win a contract at the London Stadium.
Kristoffersen has two first-team appearances for Copenhagen to his name, but is a free agent having been released this summer – and the 6ft 4in centre forward could now join fellow Norway Under-21 international Martin Samuelsen at West Ham if his trial spell is successful.
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