Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart is willing to take a massive pay cut in an attempt to force a move to Liverpool, according to Daily Mirror.

The 29-year old is expected to leave Etihad as new coach Pep Guardiola is not keen in the star keeper due to his ineffectiveness in short passing. The Spaniard have signed Barcelona goalkeeper Claudio Bravo to replace Hart yesterday.

Hart’s move from Manchester City is now all but guaranteed as he is not willing to play as No.2 to Bravo which could affect his place in the England national team.

Liverpool on the other side have lost their No.1 Loris Karius after the player broke his wrist ruling him out for the about 8-10 weeks. The Reds are looking for a new goalkeeper as Klopp is not reliant on No.2 Simon Mignolet.

The Reds have conceded three goals in their season opener against Arsenal and another two against Burnley as Mignolet is below par to Liverpool’s expectations.

Klopp is keen to sign Joe Hart to replace Simon Mignolet as England No.1 which could add much-needed quality in goal for the Reds.

The English No.1 is currently earning a massive £150k-a-week at Manchester City but he is ready to take a massive pay cut to revive his career at Anfield.

Hart has joined Manchester City in 2006 from Shrewsbury and has developed into one of the best goalkeepers in the world before becoming No.1 goalkeeper in England.