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Tottenham Hotspur: Fans flock to news about Joe Hart

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Many Tottenham fans have been talking about an update involving Joe Hart that emerged on social media.

Journalist Alasdair Gold recently wrote an article that concerned the future of many Tottenham players. One man who featured was Hart as Gold assessed his situation under Nuno Espirito Santo next season.

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Gold’s article claimed that the Englishman will have to battle it out with Alfie Whiteman for the role of a third-choice goalkeeper, amid links to Pierluigi Gollini. Hart is not in Nuno’s plans and if he doesn’t want to battle it out with Whiteman, he is free to move on elsewhere.

This news was relayed on Twitter by The Spurs Express. Many Tottenham fans made their views clear about the goalkeeper.

What did fans make of this news?

“Should never have come in the first placeā€¦

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“Keep Whiteman let Hart move on.”

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“I think Alfie is better tbh.”

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“Whiteman is genuinely better.”

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“Great decision.”

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These fans don’t have a positive opinion about Hart, with some fans of the opinion that Whiteman is better than him.

Hart, currently 34, made only 10 appearances in all competitions for last season and didn’t play once in last term.

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The Englishman isn’t getting any younger and doesn’t contribute a great amount to the first-team, so perhaps should use his spot for a younger ‘keeper like Whiteman to develop and get more opportunities.

Therefore, the decision to move Hart on might be a good one from Spurs.

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