Hart: City will decide my future

The 22-year-old stopper, who looks set to be in England’s squad for

this summer’s World Cup finals, has spent the whole season on loan

at Birmingham. The Blues have made little secret of their desire to

sign him, whilst other clubs have also been linked with a move.

City have made it clear they do not want to sell Hart – despite

having Shay Given firmly entrenched as their number one – and the

former Shrewsbury youngster admits he will not be thinking too much

about his future. “It’s out of my hands and I’m not sitting in the

corner worrying about all the different scenarios,” he told the

Star on Sunday. “It’s not up to me what happens, I’m employed by

Manchester City , I’m contracted to them and they are in charge of

me. “They’ve put me on loan to Birmingham for this season and right

now that’s all I’m bothered about.”