Queens Park Rangers are considering a move to sign Scott Sinclair from Manchester City after the player has hardly featured for his side this season, Mirror reports.
The 25-year-old was a huge talent ahead of his move to join City, but is now a forgotten man at the Etihad, playing about a minute of Premier League football this season.
Since his arrival back in 2012, he has only appeared 12 times for his club while Harry Redknapp could use the attacking midfielder’s plea for regular playing time as a factor in luring him over to Loftus Road.
QPR are still fighting for survival at 16th place with only seven points separating them from last place Leicester City as it is believed that Redknapp is already planning for the January window.
Sinclair completed his switch to Manchester for a fee of £6.2million from Swansea City and could be available for a cut-price deal in January due to his lack of appearances and limited impact.