JOE HART could be given a career lifeline by Premier League newbies Sheffield United.
The Blades have targeted a new stopper as they return to the English top flight this season and want Manchester United’s Dean Henderson.
Chris Wilder has been told to pay a loan fee for the Old Trafford keeper, who is set to pen a new deal in Manchester.
But they will turn to ex-City man Hart if they cannot agree terms with United chiefs, the Daily Mail report.
The former England No1 is left competing with Nick Pope and Tom Heaton at Turf Moor.
Hart is open to leaving Burnley, with a host of English clubs registering interest in the 32-year-old.
Bournemouth, Stoke and Blackburn are all keeping tabs on the past Premier League winner.
David Beckham’s new MLS squad Inter Miami have also been linked with Hart, as well as French side Lille, who in 2011 signed Joe Cole on loan.
Burnley stopper Heaton has also attracted attention from Aston Villa, Watford and Bournemouth.
Villa tabled a £7m bid for the unsettled keeper, who last month snubbed a new Burnley contract.
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