Vinicius and Sessegnon both react in three words to amazing training clip from rarely-used Spurs player
Carlos Vinicius and Ryan Sessegnon were amongst those to laud Joe Hart on Instagram after the Spurs goalkeeper posted an outstanding save from Jack Clarke on the training ground.
Hart, of course, could soon find himself in a tricky situation at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
The 34-year-old was understudy to Hugo Lloris throughout his first campaign in North London.
But obviously, Spurs are being heavily linked with Pierluigi Gollini. So there looks to be a chance that Hart could soon be third choice.
So it should probably come as little surprise that Hart has issued a little reminder of his quality on social media.
The former England international posted a clip on Instagram showing himself making an outrageous stop from Jack Clarke.
Clarke’s effort looks destined to find the top corner. However, Hart gets across and just about manages to tip the ball over the bar.
The clip also includes Hart going through some further drills. But obviously, it is that save that everyone seems to be raving about.
Hart also thanked Clarke for giving him the opportunity to make such an amazing stop…
Clarke was amongst those to reply. But there were also messages from Vinicius – who has now left the club after his loan spell – and Sessegnon…
Nuno surely set to make ruthless decision on Joe Hart
Should Gollini arrive, Hart will surely want some clarity over his future.
He has not had the easiest few years. However, he will surely feel that he is too good to be a club’s third choice.
So if there are others interested, surely he will be tempted to consider leaving Spurs in the coming weeks.
Just judging by the save from Clarke’s effort in training, the Premier League winner still has plenty to give before hanging up his gloves.
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