Carragher says football fans should not feel sorry for Hart.
Joe Hart should leave Manchester City as he would be a good fit at Liverpool, says Reds great Jamie Carragher.
The former Liverpool defender would "love" to see Hart, who was dropped by new Manchester City coach Pep Guardiola for their Premier League opener against Sunderland last weekend and for the Champions League qualifier at Steaua Bucharest during midweek.
Carragher also reckons Hart had enough time to prepare for Guadiola's arrival but he believes the 29-year-old shotstopper isn't ready to be the main in goal for the former Barcelona and Bayern Munich boss.
Writing in his Daily Mail column, the former England international said: "Do not think, though, that he is the victim of a calculated plan, that the treatment handed out to him is not befitting someone of his age and experience.
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"This, as I said at the top, is football. Hart isn't the first to suffer such a sudden change of position. He certainly won't be the last, either."
Carragher said: "Speaking as a Liverpool fan, I would love to see him come to Anfield. I remember his performance at the Nou Camp in the Champions League in March 2015. It was unbelievable. He stopped City from being embarrassed by Barcelona with a string of outstanding saves.
"He cannot stay at the Etihad Stadium. That became clear after Guardiola said yesterday he wouldn't stand in his way if he wants to leave. He is too good to spend his time sitting on the bench."
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