Cape Town - Serie A outfit Torino have revealed that they are still considering signing Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart on a permanent basis.
The England international moved to the Italian side on a season-long loan after City manager Pep Guardiola opted to replace him with Claudio Bravo at the start of the season.
Torino have signed former Manchester United youth goalkeeper Vanja Milinkovic-Savic in the meantime, but Hart remains first choice and may sign for the club despite interest from other English teams.
"Nothing has been decided," Torino club president Urbano Cairo told reporters.
"When his loan expires we will have to talk to City.
"Milinkovic-Savic is 19. If Sinisa Mihajlovic sees him as the Serbian Donnarumma, he may opt to focus on him as a starter.
"Nothing is decided with Joe Hart, though. We will discuss it with him and the club and see what the conditions are. Nothing is defined from this point of view."