JOE HART looks destined to end his uneventful spell at Burnley and look for one final move away to kickstart his career again.
The former England No1 moved to Turf Moor in 2018 but has made just 24 appearances, three coming this season.
Hart has been told his contract will not be renewed and the 33-year-old faces his final day at the club today.
But the ex-Premier League winner still has plenty of suitors willing to give his experience between the sticks a go free of charge.
Here SunSport runs down where Hart could find himself playing next.
The Scottish kings have emerged as odds on favourites to land Hart, with Hoops legend Craig Gordon on his way out.
Fraser Forster has been Celtic’s No1 this season, but they could fail in an attempt to make his loan from Southampton permanent, with the Saints receiving greater interest elsewhere.
Hart has since been linked with a switch to Scotland to desperately try and recapture some of his old form.
The Gunners were linked with the English stopper after Bernd Leno was stretchered off against Brighton this month.
It led to speculation Mikel Arteta could try and make an emergency move for Hart to replace their sidelined No1, though Leno could only be out for four weeks.
A move to the Emirates would likely mean Hart acting as back-up or only playing for a limited time, which has frustrated the former Manchester City keeper for the past few seasons.
With West Brom nearing a return to the Premier League, they have emerged as second favourites to sign the keeper.
Former United academy product Sam Johnstone is currently between the posts for the Baggies, with Jonathan Bond serving as back-up.
But Hart would be a much-needed addition in experience and competition with Slaven Bilic preparing for a return to the top flight.
The Rams emerged as a potential destination due to Hart’s history with goalkeeper coach Shay Given.
Given was forced out of the City starting 11 in 2010 by the England stopper and recently hailed him as “fantastic goalkeeper”.
Derby have switched between Kelle Roos and Huddersfield loanee Ben Hamer this season, but Hart will hope his greater experience could secure him the full time jersey.
Several Premier League stars have made a switch to America to see out their careers, including Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard.
David Beckham’s Inter Miami have been linked with Hart, as the former England skipper looks to build his Stateside empire.
Minnesota United are also believed to have held talks with the stopper.