This past summer Manchester City made one of the biggest transfer splashes in Premier League history when they paid a small fortune for Liverpool superstar Raheem Sterling – a move that paid huge dividends immediately. Now looking for more help up front, Man City are looking to raid Liverpool again for one of the club’s young talents, specifically young striker Jerome Sinclair.
According to the Metro, Man City are interested in making a transfer move for Sinclair with the 19-year-old striker reportedly refraining from signing a new deal with the Reds. The young striker is believed to be upset with his lack of playing time and is seeking a chance to start elsewhere.
Sinclair owns the distinction of being the youngest player to make an appearance for Liverpool, making his debut with the first team when he was 16 years and six days versus Inter Milan on September 19, 2012.
Liverpool acquired two forwards in the summer transfer window – Belgian striker Christian Benteke and Burnley forward Danny Ings.
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