Winger’s days in the north west appear numbered.
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Unwanted Manchester City wide man Scott Sinclair is pondering leaving Eastlands on loan this summer, with a whole host of Premier League clubs said to be interested in the Englishman, according to reports in the Daily Mirror.
The former England Under-21 international has only been in the north west for a year now, having originally been brought to City from Swansea City last August on a four-year deal by previous head coach Roberto Mancini.
However, the 24-year-old endured a tough debut campaign at the club under the Italian, spending more time warming the substitutes’ bench than actually playing many games for his new team.
In total, the winger featured in just 14 matches in all competitions for the mega-rich Premier League outfit in the previous campaign, including 11 contests in the top flight, failing to score a single goal and create one either for a team-mate during that time.
And now Sinclair is understood to be pondering going out on a season-long loan in the new season, with the likes of West Bromwich Albion, Everton and Newcastle United all believed to be keen on the player.
Either way, it appears as though the one-time Team GB star has now played his final game for City.