Guardiola says decision to sell 'incredible' Hart is one he may yet regret maxbet Pep Guardiola admits Joe Hart could make him live to regret the decision to allow him to leave Manchester City. Former City goalkeeper Hart returns to City with new club Burnley today. Hart won five major trophies at City, including two Premier League titles, before falling out of favour after the arrival of Guardiola as manager in 2016.
The 31-year-old spent two seasons out on loan at Torino and West Ham before joining the Clarets in a £3.5million permanent deal last summer. Guardiola said: "I know how tough it was for the fans, for the people. He was an incredible keeper and had incredible results here in the club. That's why it was not easy for me, to take a decision.
"I'm not always taking decisions that are right. maxbet I have made in my career good decisions and very bad decisions, but you have to take it in the right moment and at the right time. Sometimes I took it and afterwards I've regretted. That's what it is - that happens."
Hart joined City from home-town club Shrewsbury in 2006 and established himself as first choice in the 2010-11 campaign, after being loaned to Birmingham the previous year. His sudden displacement from the side in 2016, first by Claudio Bravo and then Ederson, meant that the club were unable to pay proper tribute to the player for his services at the time.
[color=#000000]The champions have addressed that this week with the naming of the goalkeeper training pitch at the City Football Academy maxbet
after him along with the unveiling of a mosaic bearing his image. Hart was invited to a special opening ceremony on Thursday and a further presentation will be made today.