Sinclair wants permanent Man City exit

Scott Sinclair is not interested in a loan move away from Manchester City, the Daily Mirror has reported, but the former Swansea winger does want to leave the Premier League runners-up.

Sinclair underwent surgery to remove a rib in May after a blood clot in his shoulder, and the follow-up medication meant he was unable to play football until the treatment was complete. Now it is, he wants to leave the Etihad Stadium in search of regular game time.

West Brom are keen on taking the former Chelsea youngster to the Hawthorns for a year and Newcastle and Everton are also considering an approach, but Sinclair is eager to settle down avoid what would be a seventh loan spell of his career.

The 24-year-old was regularly farmed out by Chelsea, spending time with Plymouth, Queens Park Rangers, Charlton, Crystal Palace, Birmingham and Wigan, before settling at Swansea. But he left Wales for Manchester last summer, yet only made three starts and a further 12 appearances under Roberto Mancini.

Sinclair has three years left on his £50,000 per week City contract and is willing to wait it out until the right, full-time move comes along, the newspaper adds.

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