Joe Hart plans for life after Celtic as goalkeeper lands new role post retirement

Joe Hart still has two games to play for Celtic before hanging up the gloves. But he's already planning for post-retirement after landing a new role.

The goalkeeper, 37, has wasted no time in getting stuck into something new after signing up to be part of the BBC's team for Euro 2024 this summer. He has been snapped up to appear alongside Gary Lineker and others in the studio as they pore over the action in Germany.

Hoops teammates Callum McGregor, Greg Taylor and Tony Ralston are likely to be involved for Scotland. While Matt O'Riley could feature for Denmark after breaking into their first team in recent times thanks to his outstanding form in the Scottish Premiership.

Hart previously hinted that coaching wouldn't necessarily be for him when he's finished with playing and it's also reported that Premier League Productions are also interested in recruiting the former Manchester City man to work for them next season.

And City are keen on handing him an ambassadorial position alongside Joleon Lescott, Shaun Wright-Phillips and Paul Dickov. He hasn't ruled out staying at Celtic in a different role though.

Speaking to fan media at the recent An Evening With Joe Hart event, he said: "I've not taken any coaching badges, that was quite a conscious decision. I know that coaching and management is ingrained in a lot of people. But for me, it doesn't necessarily do it for me. I want to help, I want to give back, but there's different ways that I can do it.

"I'll always be available to Celtic if they ever need to lean on me for anything, I've made the manager and the club aware of that. But coaching a specific team? That's not something that I'm looking to do."