Swansea City winger Scott Sinclair has for the first time this Summer hinted that he’ll stay at the Liberty Stadium by stating ‘I’m going back and I’m sure I’m going to learn a hell of a lot from the new manager’.
There has been a lot of speculation recently suggesting that Sinclair has been eyeing a move elsewhere as he only has one year left on his current contract. He has put talks over a new deal on hold twice – the first because Rodgers left to take over at Liverpool, and the second because he left for Team GB duty.
However, Sinclair says he’ll return from the Olympics to have talks with Laudrup regarding a new contract. He told BBC Sport:
‘I’m going back and I’m sure I’m going to learn a hell of a lot from the new manager,’
‘He was obviously a legend back in his time,’
‘The idea was me going away and concentrate on the Olympics, that’s basically what I’m going to do now.
‘Then when I get back I’ll talk to the manager and we’ll sit down and discuss it [his contract].’
Sinclair also talked about his Olympic Games experience:
‘It’s an amazing experience,’
‘It’s a great honour to be part of Team GB.
‘As the days go by and in each training session and each game we’ve looked stronger and stronger.
‘Hopefully we can keep going and try and get a medal.’
In a recent Site poll, we asked you whether or not we should sell Scott Sinclair this Summer. 75% said we should, but only if he rejects a new deal. 14% simply said no, with the remaining 11% said we should sell him whether he wants to stay at the Liberty Stadium or not.
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