Unsettled winger will be allowed to make loan move.
Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has admitted that unsettled winger Scott Sinclair will be allowed to leave the club on loan, according to Sky Sports.
The 24-year-old has had a difficult time since making the move to City last summer, making only 11 appearances in the Premier League last term, many of those from the bench.
New manager Pellegrini has added more attacking players in this transfer window, and admits it will be even harder for Sinclair to get a game now, saying he would not stand in his way if he wants to leave for more regular first-team football.
West Brom are believed to be in the driving seat for the former Swansea man, while Liverpool have also been monitoring his situation.
Pellegrini did not give any clues as to what Sinclair’s next destination would be, but says he hopes to find a solution to the player’s desire for regular Premier League action.
“He wants to play more and he has important players that play in the same position,” said the Chilean.
“If he wants to go on loan to play more, we will try to give him that.”
Speaking at a press conference, the former Malaga boss also added that he has received good news on the fitness of key duo Sergio Augero and Matija Nastasic, with both players looking like returning sooner than expected.