Scott Sinclair will seek a loan move away from Manchester City if Roberto Mancini remains as manager of the former Premier League champions, Sky
Sinclair moved to the Etihad Stadium last summer after impressing in Swansea City’s first year back in the top flight, turning down a contract to stay at the Liberty Stadium and signing up with the title winners.
But Sinclair has started only twice in the league since his £6.2m move – making only 14 appearances in total – yet remains reluctant to leave on a permanent basis after signing a four-year contract with the club. However, if Mancini is kept on as City manager – despite losing the Premier League title to Manchester United – Sinclair will push for a loan exit.
West Bromwich Albion, Aston Villa and Everton are among the clubs said to be interested in signing the former Chelsea player, who scored eight times in 38 appearances for Swansea prior to heading to City.
But if Mancini is sacked then Sinclair is happy to stay at the Etihad and attempt to win a place in the thoughts of whoever is tasked with replacing the Italian.
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