Joe Hart admits that he is unsure about his contract situation at Manchester City.
Joe Hart has confirmed that he is yet to be offered a new contract by Premier League champions Manchester City.
City recently announced a spate of new deals for star players including Vincent Kompany, David Silva and Samir Nasri, but no such deal has yet been forthcoming for the England number one.
Hart has admitted that he is unsure about his future, but is happy with the team and with the signing of Argentine keeper Willy Caballero this summer.
Hart told The Mirror: "If a new contract is on offer, it's news to me. I've got almost two years left on my current deal and that's all I know about my contract situation.
"That's the reality – and if I want to stay at this club it's going to be the reality for the future. But I've got a good working relationship with Willy and we both respect the manager's decision."
Hart is likely to be in goal when City face title rivals Chelsea on Sunday afternoon.
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