By Shadrack Andenga Odinga
Former Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart signed a two year deal with Tottenham Hotspurs on Tuesday afternoon.
Hart successfully underwent a medical on Monday and later signed a contract that will keep him at the north London outfit until 2022.
The former England shot stopper was a leader at Manchester city before Spaniard tactician Josep Guardiola came in and sent him parking.
He went on loan to Italian club Torino before coming back and signing for Burnley, of which he played for until the end of the just ended campaign.
The 33 year old had made only three appearances for the Clarets and now will have to compete for a first team spot with French world cup winner and Captain Hugo Loris and in form Argentinian Paulo Gazaniga.
He started one match in the Carabao Cup and two in the FA Cup, spending the season as the second choice goalkeeper at Turf Moor behind now England international Nick Pope.
Hart becomes Tottenham’s second signing of the summer transfer window, with Pierre Emile Holjberg having arrived from Southampton for an undisclosed fee.