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Joe Hart will find out on Thursday if he is set for an extended spell on the sidelines at Manchester City.
The England international's position as City's No. 1 has come under threat following a number of blunders this term.
He was partly to blame for the club's agonising defeat to Chelsea on Sunday, and was replaced by Costel Pantilimon for the Capital One Cup trip to Newcastle.
A number of reports, including one from the Mirror, screamed that Hart had been dropped, but that is premature given Pantilimon regularly features in City's cup games.
The giant Romanian, who stands at 6'8'', did his cause no harm as he made a couple of excellent saves as City beat Newcastle after extra time.
City boss Manuel Pellegrini was asked about his goalkeeping situation. According to the Mail's Sam Cunningham, Pellegrini replied that it will a problem he will attempt to solve on Thursday.
Pellegrini, speaking about Pantilimon, said:
He is a very good goalkeeper and he normally plays in the Capital One Cup and the FA Cup.
This was a very important match for him. But I will start to think about the game against Norwich on Thursday.
Today I was just thinking about winning this match. I think that we will talk tomorrow (about the team selection).
One goalkeeper can play but the other will have our full support. We will think about it.