Scott Sinclair has returned to full fitness after his summer health scare, and is now looking to secure a move away from Manchester City, the Mirror understands.
The winger, who had surgery in May, is looking to end his spell at the Etihad Stadium after just one season having made just two Premier League starts for last season’s runners-up.
West Bromwich Albion are keen to take the 24 year old on a season-long loan, while Everton and Newcastle United are also interested.
However, the former Swansea City man is keen to sign for a club permanently, having already had already been sent out on loan times in his career so far.
He had temporary spells at Plymouth Argyle, Queens Park Rangers, Charlton Athletic, Crystal Palace, Birmingham City and Wigan Athletic before moving to Wales in 2010.
He has three years left on his 50k per week contract, so would require a bumper pay off should a move arise.