Swansea want resolution to Man City move for Sinclair

Swansea City are keen to bring an end to Manchester City’s move for winger Scott Sinclair, the BBC has reported, with the club’s chairman insisting that the deal be completed before the transfer window to avoid the uncertainty running into the rest of the season.

It had previously been reported that the clubs had agreed a fee for the former Chelsea player but the Swans’ chairman, Huw Jenkins, denied that was the case. Sinclair has however said he would not sign a new contract to stay at the Liberty Stadium before his current deal expires next summer and was left out of the squad to play West Ham on Saturday.

Sinclair did feature in Swansea’s opening game of the season, a 5-0 victory over Queens Park Rangers at Loftus Road, coming off the bench to score the game’s final goal. Last season, Sinclair netted eight times in the Premier League.

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