Joe Hart's Manchester Manchester City future will be determined in the summer, according to Pep Guardiola.
The England goalkeeper has said he "is pretty much surplus to requirements" at the Etihad Stadium and does not expect to be back at the club next season.
The 29-year-old is currently on loan at Serie A club Torino having lost his place at City following the signing of Claudio Bravo earlier in the campaign.
Bravo's subsequent struggles - Willy Caballero has been preferred to the Chilean for seven of City's last nine games - have raised questions about the wisdom of this arrangement.
Guardiola was asked about the issue at a press conference to preview City's FA Cup quarter-final at Middlesbrough this weekend:
Guardiola says he'd relish the chance to return to Wembley. He won the Champions League there as both player and manager with Barcelona.
Pep Guardiola says a serious injury to midfielder Ilkay Gundogan marred last night's win over Watford.
City cruised to a fairly comfortable 2-0 victory over the Hornets thanks to goals from Pablo Zabaleta and David Silva.
However German international Ilkay Gundogan suffered a serious injury and will now be ruled for what's being described as a 'very long time' by Guardiola. It's thought Gundogan might have picked up a knee ligament injury.
City are already without Sergio Aguero and Fernandinho due to suspensions.
Manchester City return to Champions League action with their latest group match at home to Barcelona.
Last month, City were thrashed 4- nil away to the Spanish side.
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According to tweets from a newspaper in the United Arab Emirates, Sergio Aguero, Fernandinho and Willy Caballero sketched pictures during a press conference in Abu Dhabi.
The National newspaper tweeted the images shortly afterwards.
Manchester City said on its website Bony will wear the No 14 shirt.
It’s a great feeling for me, it’s a big honour to be here and it’s a great challenge.
“As a player it’s always good to be part of one of the biggest clubs in the world and it’s a good opportunity for me to be in that situation now – I’m really proud."
He is an intelligent footballer who has skill and power.
"His goals record has been excellent since he came to England."
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