Manchester City has announced it will honour the club’s goalkeeper Joe Hart who plays for Burnley.
Hart was part of the Manchester City squad that won the Premier League during the 2011/12 season and 2013/2014 on the last day.
According to the reports from the club, the club wants to name one of their training pitches after him for his service to the club.
The former England goalkeeper played 266 games for Manchester City and won two Premier Leagues, one FA Cup and two League Cups.
Hart joined Torino before the start of 2016/2017 season as coach Pep Guardiola indicated he wants a goalkeeper who has good footwork.
Before signing for Burnley on a two-year deal, he was loaned out to West Ham.