Man City set to steal another Liverpool prospect

Man City set to steal another Liverpool prospect


A report by the Mirror indicates Manchester City is eyeing a potential shock transfer for Liverpool’s 5-star prospect Jerome Sinclair.

City is showing great interest in the 19-year old striker after reports surfaced that Sinclair and Liverpool have not been able to agree on an extension on his expiring contract.

The Manchester based side has sent scouts to many Liverpool Under-21 games to keep tabs on the progress of the young Englishman from Birmingham.

While City is the biggest club to show interest to this point, they are not the only club in the hunt. Spain’s Espanyol and Dutch side Groningen are also keen to sign the young man in hopes of securing the services of a top prospect.

It is not known at this time if Manchester City will make a splash with a big money offer during the January transfer window or wait to see if  the player can join for a minimal fee once his contract expires in the summer of 2016.

When Liverpool signed Sinclair in 2011, they compared the young player to Raheem Sterling, another massive Liverpool prospect that was transferred to Manchester City in July of 2015.



  1. If there is any truth to Aidy Ward touting Sinclair to other clubs and the player doesn’t want to join the Klopp revolution and wants to run his contract down then he should be benched and not allowed to train with the rest of the squad until he leaves, and put him on minimum wages too.

    The Club needs to get tough with players and agents and not let them ride roughshod over the club.

    • Agreed Billious. Clubs cannot allow players to dictate terms. In my opinion, it shows a lack of character if you aren’t willing to have a serious conversation with your club about staying long-term.

      While we do not have information about what each side is demanding, I can’t imagine Liverpool is not offering a decent wage for a player that hasn’t yet proven himself in the first team.