Joe Hart believes that he has no future at Manchester City, and will be sold by the club.
Hart joined Torino on a season-long loan deal in August, after being replaced by Claudio Bravo.
Hart believes that he needs to look elsewhere for a permanent move, and says City will not stand in his way.
“This is the second time I’ve gone out on a season-long loan,” said Hart in an interview with Sky Sports.
“I’ve not been sent here to see how I do or see if I improve. I’ve been sent out because I wasn’t wanted.
“I’m not here to prove what I can do, I’m here because I need to look elsewhere and I didn’t have a chance to sort anything permanently.
“The way I look at it, I want to do as well as I can for Torino and if somebody comes in for me I don’t think Manchester City are going to stand in my way.
“I came in after the other players because of the Euros, and when we first had a conversation he said he had his reservations about me.
“I shook his hand, I said it was professionally honest, but not what I wanted to hear.
“I said I wanted to work for him and see what happens but I got the impression that it wasn’t really going anywhere. I got the feeling I wasn’t going to play.”
— Sky Football ⚽️ (@SkyFootball) December 1, 2016