Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher does not think Liverpool will sign Man City goalkeeper Joe Hart next summer.
The England international is currently spending a season-long loan at Serie A club Torino having been made surplus to requirements at the Etihad by new City boss Pep Guardiola.
“I’d certainly ask the question, and that is not just because of what we have said about [Loris] Karius in the last couple of weeks,” the former Reds captain told MNF.
“You are talking about a title winner, who has won it a couple of times. I do not think Hart is in the same class as a [Thibaut] Courtois or a [David] De Gea, but he is at the next level and really close to them.
“But the problem for Liverpool is that when you try and take a player like that from a City or a Chelsea, the wages are so high that could a goalkeeper come in and be your highest-paid player?
“Things like that cause a problem and it is easy to say: ‘Let’s go and buy him,’ but a manager will be thinking: ‘How does that affect the club?’
“Joe Hart quality wise? Of course, but I do not see it happening for Liverpool.”