Joe Is Ready to Go ; Manuel Pellegrini Is Remaining Cagey but Says His England No.1 Isn't Far from a Return from Exile

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Joe Is Ready to Go ; Manuel Pellegrini Is Remaining Cagey but Says His England No.1 Isn't Far from a Return from Exile


Pellegrini, Manuel, Manchester Evening News


JOE HART could be in line for a return to Premier League action after a sevenmatch absence.

The Blues' England goalkeeper last appeared between the sticks on October 27.

And last night he was in the running for today's 12.45pm kick- off with run-away leaders Arsenal.

After a shaky start, Hart pulled off a series of fine saves at the Allianz Arena in City's shock 3-2 win at Bayern Munich on Tuesday.

And while acknowledging that replacement Costel Pantilimon has yet to put a glove wrong, Manuel Pellegrini has hinted Hart is close to a return.

"We will see the 11 starters," he said. "I trust a lot in Joe Hart. I think he is a very good goalkeeper.

"We see when is the best moment for him to return in the starting 11."

When pressed further Pellegrini added: "It doesn't matter, we have two goalkeepers and we will see who is the best and when he can return."

Pellegrini, whose side can narrow the gap to three points with a win, also poked fun at speculation he was in the market for a new stopper.

"When the transfer window starts you will have a lot of difficulties to know who the first choice goalkeeper will be because we will have Casillas, Valdes, Neuer, Caballero, Begovic, so I think you will have to ask me about six new goalkeepers," he said.

City, who rested a host of top names for the win in Bavaria, will welcome back injured Gael Clichy and Stevan Jovetic. …

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