English Premiership

Pellegrini still needs Hart

2013-11-26 17:06
Joe Hart (AFP)

London - Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has ruled out a January window loan move for Joe Hart after suggestions the under-fire goalkeeper could be on his way out of Eastlands.

Pellegrini also dismissed reports he might use the next transfer window to sign another keeper following the shaky form of Hart, currently England's first choice.

Hart's inconsistent displays recently saw him lose his place in the City side and he has not played in the Premier League club's last five matches including their 6-0 thrashing of Tottenham on Sunday.

But Pellegrini said Tuesday: "There is a lot of news about six or seven goalkeepers that we want to buy but it is not true.

"There is no chance that Joe Hart could go out of this squad in January."

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