Man City target Scott Sinclair happy at Swansea, says Michael Laudrup

Swansea City manager Michael Laudrup expects winger Scott Sinclair to stay at the club despite interest from Manchester City

The Sport Review staff
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Michael Laudrup insists Scott Sinclair is "very happy" at Swansea Photo: www.swanseacity.net

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Michael Laudrup insists Scott Sinclair is likely to stay at Swansea City this summer, despite reported interest from Manchester City.

The 23-year-old, who has returned from international duty with Great Britain following their exit from the Olympic football tournament, is a reported transfer target for the Premier League champions, although City are yet to table a former offer.

But Laudrup, who took over from Brendan Rodgers at the Liberty Stadium this summer, insists the winger is “very happy” at the club and is unlikely to leave.

“I look at it as an interest, maybe, or maybe not, but I think he is very happy here,” Laudrup told Sky Sports News.

“He knows he is important for the team. It is always nice when the bigger clubs have an interest but you have to look at the other players that are playing in the same position at the bigger clubs. I think he will stay here.”

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