Pep Guardiola’s side are left with two senior goalkeepers, including Joe Hart, after allowing the England Under-21 stopper left to join the Canaries
Manchester City have allowed goalkeeper Angus Gunn to leave the club on loan, the England Under-21 international joining Norwich City.
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City are subsequently left with two senior goalkeeprs following the departure of Willy Caballero on a free transfer, with Claudio Bravo and Joe Hart remaining.
Gunn has been named on the bench for City numerous times – including the club’s final five games of the season.
City goalkeeper, @AngusGunn01 will join @NorwichCityFC on loan for the 2017/18 season… Good luck Angus! #mcfc pic.twitter.com/9DjSotfqE6
— Manchester City (@ManCity) June 6, 2017
However, he does not have a senior appearance to his name, despite making six appearances for England’s Under-21 side, and will hope to make a mark at Norwich, the club that his father, Bryan, made over 350 appearances for.
Hart’s future remains uncertain following a season-long loan spell at Torino, and is likely to leave the club this summer, as Pep Guardiola attempts to sign Ederson from Benfica.
The goalkeeper is poised to complete a £35 million move to City, and will become the club’s No.1.