Joe Hart having Tottenham Hotspur medical ahead of shock-free transfer for the club to meet a homegrown quota
BBC Sport’s Simon Stone tweeted the news that Hart was undergoing tests ahead of a move.
The Times reports Spurs want the former Manchester City shot-stopper to help meet their homegrown player quota.
Joe Hart having Tottenham medical, Hart is available on a free after his Burnley contract expired but is set to
have to take a pay cut to move to North London.
The 33-year-old was earning £50,000 a week at Turf Moor but Spurs are reportedly only willing to offer him a £35,000-a-week deal.
Premier League rules stipulate clubs must name no more than 17 overseas players in their squads of 25.
And Jose Mourinho was limited to naming just 21 players in his league squad in February with only FOUR English-bred stars on board.