Joe Hart Vows to Spend Rest of his Career With Manchester City

Updated: 12 December 2014 07:55 IST

Joe Hart has been in talks over a lucrative new five-year deal for several months and Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini last week said he expected negotiations to be completed imminently.

Joe Hart Vows to Spend Rest of his Career With Manchester City
File Photo: Joe Hart (left) with City manager Manuel Pellegrini. © AFP

London:

Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart says he wants to spend the rest of his career at Eastlands as he prepares to sign a new contract with the Premier League champions.

Hart has been in talks over a lucrative new five-year deal for several months and City manager Manuel Pellegrini last week said he expected negotiations to be completed imminently.

The 27-year-old, speaking after his fine performance in Wednesday's 2-0 win at Roma helped City qualify for the Champions League last 16, has revealed the contract is now all but signed.

And England international Hart, who has won two Premier League titles with City, is adamant he has no intention of leaving a club at any time in his career.

"I love this place and I love everything about Manchester City," he said.

"I have been here for a long time. I feel like it is my club now and I want to be here as long as I can.

"As far as I am aware it is pretty much sorted. I leave it to the legal side to sort but I am very happy at this club and hopefully in the near future I will be signing that contract."

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