Premier League duo chase City flop
The young Englishman, played 82 times for Swansea City, scoring 28 goals for the sole Welsh representatives in the Premier League, before make a £6.2 million summer move to Manchester City before this season began.
He has since managed only 12 apearences in all competitions for the Premier League champions, of which 3 have been starts.
Sinclair also represented Team GB at last year’s London summer Olympics. He was picked by Stuart Pearce and scored GB’s second goal in their second game of the tournament, against the UAE.
Villa and Everton are but two of a much larger group of Premier League clubs who are interested in Sinclair, but Villa, if they are to avoid relegation, might hold a slight headstart in their race for the winger, as their managerial situation seems much stronger than the Toffees’.
So, having signed a four year contract with City, could Scot Sincalir’s future at The Ethiad be coming to a both disapointing and premature end this summer?