DAVID MOYES is eyeing up a six-month loan deal for Manchester City flop Scott Sinclair.
SOURCE: The Sun
Scott Sinclair was always going to struggle to make an impact at Man City and so it has proven. Roberto Mancini saw Adam Johnson leave after the England man had enough of bench warming and opted to pursue a move that could improve his career progression if not his bank balance, swapping the Etihad Stadium for Sunderland.
If Sinclair is not careful he may well find himself in the exact same situation and as such a loan move to Everton may be a sensible one to consider for the former Swansea City man.
David Moyes may well feel he needs to beef up his attack having seen Kevin Mirallas struggle with injury issues.
Everton may feel that having sold midfielder Jack Rodwell to the big spending Premier League title holders could hold sway in any push to bring in the 23 year old Bath born attacker.
Sinclair made 91 appearances for Swansea City, scoring 36 goals, before completing a £6.2m move to Man City and has made just two Premier League starts thus far and was subbed on both occasions.
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