Scott Sinclair looks to be on his way out of Manchester City this summer, which could see him pocket £2 million, according to reports.

Sinclair hasn't made much of an impact at the Etihad since his £6.5million from Swansea City last summer. The 24-year-old reportedly earns £40,000 a week and is being looked at by a number of Premier League clubs.

Everton and Southampton both look to be in pole position to take the winger and his wage demands and possible transfer fee won't put them off.

A move to Merseyside may seem the better option for Sinclair, who has only made two starts for City this season.

He has found himself either on the bench or not in the match day squad after being a regular starter under Brendan Rodgers at Swansea.

He started his career at Bristol Rovers before joining Chelsea, who then sold Sinclair to Swansea in 2010. Sinclair scored a hat-trick in the Play-Off final against Reading which took the South Wales side into the Premier League for the first time.

Sinclair also represented Team GB at the 2012 Olympics in London, scoring against UAE in the second group game.

It now looks as if Sinclair will cut his losses at City and find first team football after a season of very little action. 

 

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