The east London side are attempting to sign England worldwide Hart on a one-year loan with the 30-year-old keen for a return to the Premier League following a season in Serie A on loan at Torino.
It was recently claimed by Tuttosport that Torino were exploring the possibility of a second loan deal for the unwanted Manchester City goalkeeper, for whom there have been a shortage of concrete offers made because of his high price-tag and salary.
A permanent deal for the Hammers would prove too expensive, especially given Hart’s wages.
Manchester United will need a new goalkeeper if David De Gea is allowed to join Real Madrid this summer, and Mourinho is a big fan of the England global.
If De Gea does, would City do business with United?
There have been players that I have come to appreciate, or at least no longer perceive as useless, as I have gradually moved away from being a 15-year-old with fixed agendas against players from rival clubs.
Well, unless David De Gea goes to Real Madrid then there is no deal to be done between Manchester City and Manchester United for Joe Hart, and it would be hugely unlikely even if they did sell the Spaniard.
Both Darren Randolph and Adrian are decent stoppers, but question marks remain over whether either can be a regular number one for West Ham.