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Manchester City outcast wants Etihad departure

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Scott Sinclair wants to leave Manchester City after just one season at the club, according to the Daily Mirror

The winger had surgery in May to remove a rib and has only just returned to training at the Etihad outfit. 

But, now, the 24-year-old is keen on a move away from City, with the likes of West Brom, Everton and Newcastle reportedly interested. 

Suggestions had been made that Sinclair would go out on a season-long loan deal, but the Englishman would favour a permanent move away from the club. 

The ex-Swansea City star only managed three starts and 12 substitute appearances for the Citizens last season and is desperate for first-team football in the upcoming campaign. 

And despite being on a reported £50,000 a week at City, Sinclair hopes he will be given the chance to make the move away from the Etihad by the end of the summer transfer window. 

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