Manchester City’s proposed move for Scott Sinclair has hit a snag, after Swansea rejected the Premier League champions’ latest offer, according to The Daily Mail.
The Etihad Stadium side have had a quiet summer in the transfer market with Jack Rodwell the only signing to date, but a deal for the Team GB winger was expected to go through with no problems.
However, despite Sinclair refusing to extend his expiring contract, the Liberty Stadium outfit have rejected City’s latest offer of £6.2 million.
Swans chairman Huw Jenkins has insisted that no deal has been agreed and has taken a dig at Roberto Mancini’s men.
“I would have thought if they really wanted to sign Scott Sinclair they would have dealt with it a little bit better than they have,” said Jenkins.
“It has dragged on too long and I hope one way or another it will be concluded in the next couple of days. What has been put out about Scott Sinclair is not true.
“I don’t want to get into a war of words with Manchester City, but I find it quite unprofessional, really.
“I don’t know who is putting these stories out, but there’s nothing at all agreed with Manchester City. No deal has been agreed as yet,” he concluded.
By Gareth McKnight