The keeper has stayed relatively quiet on social media throughout the summer so far but he has no put up a photo of him on a train, presumably down to London, where he will compete the Hammers part of his medical on Monday.
Hart is set to seal a season-long loan deal to West Ham for the 2017/18 Premier League season from Man City, who have deemed him surplus to requirements at the Etihad having sent him on loan to Torino next season.
The Hammers will pay half of Hart’s wages next year, with the option to spend £10m to make the 30-year-old’s move permanent at any stage next season should they wish to trigger it.
football.london understands a deal has been agreed since last Friday, with City on Sunday finally completing their part of the medical where the club sends West Ham Hart’s medical records.
Now, the Hammers can get to work on their end and that should be happening on Monday and a deal will be complete.