Joe Hart already lands next job after Celtic exit

Aberdeen v Celtic - Scottish Cup Semi Final
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Joe Hart's playing career will have a happy ending, as he will retire as a champion. Celtic sealed the Premiership title in midweek with a 5-0 away win against Kilmarnock. There is one more game left in the league, against St Mirren, which will be a day of celebration for the Hoops. Of course, the club have the chance to go one better, as they will take on the Rangers in the Scottish Cup final at Hampden Park later this month.

It would be a fitting close to Hart's career if he can help Celtic to another trophy before he brings the curtain down. Let's see if that happens or not.

Hart's time at Celtic Park has proven to be much more memorable than anybody could have expected. When he arrived from Tottenham Hotspur, most believed that he was well past his prime and criticised the decision to sign him.

Hart proved the critics wrong though, playing a vital part in three Premiership triumphs. He has won six trophies with Celtic and has the chance to make it seven soon. His contributions to this team were not just on the pitch but off it as well. He brought some much-needed leadership to Parkhead when they needed it the most, with Scott Brown leaving for Aberdeen.

Joe Hart already lands next job after Celtic exit

What will Hart do after he retires from the game? Well, it looks like we already have an answer to the question.

As reported by The Mail (via The Sun), Hart has joined the BBC's line-up for the Euros in Germany. He will be a pundit on their coverage.

Hart has never sounded particularly keen on continuing in the game as a coach. But there has been speculation of him returning to Manchester City in a different capacity.