The English stopper was last at Premier League club Burnley, where he was unable to secure a starting position ahead of Nick Pope.
However, Hart could sign as a backup goalkeeper at Spurs, where his homegrown status could give the north London club some squad flexibility
“Hart, then England keeper, fell from favour after Pep Guardiola arrived at (Manchester) City in 2016, with loans to Torino and West Ham before a 2018 move to Burnley. But he lost his place to Tom Heaton midway through the first season of a two-year contract and then spent the 2019-20 on the bench behind Nick Pope.” – BBC Sport
Tottenham have reached an agreement with Joe Hart to sign him as a free agent, here we go 🤝— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) August 17, 2020
Spurs are also considering to open talks soon to extend Hugo Lloris contract. No chances atm to include Ivan Perisic in a swap deal with Inter for Ndombele. ⚪️ #THFC #Spurs #transfers