Aston Villa forward Scott Sinclair could be set to return to Swansea City this month, according to the Mirror.
The twenty-six-year-old only secured a permanent switch to Villa eight months ago, but has lost his place in the first team since the arrival of Remi Garde.
In total, he has played thirty-two appearances for the Villains since joining them initially on loan twelve months ago, scoring seven goals.
Sinclair spent just over two years at the Liberty Stadium at the beginning of the decade, scoring thirty-six times in ninety-one games in all competitions.
He was then sold to Manchester City but failed to make an impression, eventually being loaned out to West Bromwich Albion and then Villa.
Swansea, who appointed Francesco Guidolin as head coach yesterday, beat Watford last night to climb out of the relegation zone and they can now be backed at a price of 2/5 to stay up.