Scott Sinclair looks set to be on his way out of Swansea City after refusing to sign a new contract, reports ESPN.
The former Chelsea winger – who was part of the Team GB squad at the London 2012 Olympics – has been linked with a move away from Swansea all summer.
Despite having 12 months left of his contract and the club clearly wanting him to stay, it appears Sinclair has had his head turned and wants out.
New Swansea manager Michael Laudrap then confirmed: “Of course there is interest from a big club in Scott.”
This club is thought to be Manchester City who are interested in signing Sinclair as part of their new plan to bring some of the most talented English youngsters into their squad.
They have already signed Jack Rodwell from Everton and it appears Sinclair is their next target.
Swansea are bound to make a profit on the 23-year-old should they sell him, especially when you consider they only signed him for £500,000 from Chelsea.
However, they will also be aware that Sinclair is one of their star players and they need to be financially rewarded for selling him on.
They would also like to do so in time to get a replacement, so there is a fascinating few days ahead for this possible transfer.