Joe Hart looks as though he has accepted his fate at Manchester City under manager Pep Guardiola regarding his future at the club.

Hart, 29, has been on a season long loan at Serie A club, Torino and has been a regular for the Italian side. Hart was on the bench under Guardiola at the Etihad at the beginning of the season as the Spaniard did not believe Hart was technically able to provide a passing game to the defence leading into attack.

When speaking to BBC’s Premier League Show, Hart spoke about Guardiola’s decision to send him out on loan. “If you’re not going to win there is no point in fighting, especially someone as powerful as that,”.

Now with under 3 months remaining of the season, Joe Hart must decide on his future, whether that maybe in Italy with Torino or coming back to play in the Premier League.

Though Hart did say it all comes down to who wants him to play and that the Premier League may not be where he wants to continue playing.

“I know it really well but I wouldn’t say it was top of my wish list. Top of my wish list is to play for a club that wants me to be their goalkeeper”, Hart told BBC’s Premier League Show.

With interest for the 29 year old England goalkeeper to be vast, China could be a destination for Hart, though it does look as though he will come back to England.

The likes of Liverpool and West Ham have been linked with Hart and personally, one of the two should have signed him at the beginning of the season.