Swansea City, Manchester City fail to agree Scott Sinclair deal?

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Swansea City winger Scott Sinclair's proposed move to Manchester City reportedly falls through after the two clubs failed to agree a deal.

Swansea City and Manchester City have reportedly failed to reach an agreement over the transfer of winger Scott Sinclair.

The 23-year-old was expected to move to the Etihad Stadium on Friday following Man City manager Roberto Mancini's public interest in the player.

Despite Swans chairman Huw Jenkins revealing this morning that he wanted the deal to be wrapped up one way or the other, it appears that the Welsh club have not been able to level with the Premier League champions, according to Sky Sports News.

Sinclair, who competed for Team GB at this summer's London Olympic Games, made his intentions known to the former Championship club when he reportedly informed manager Michael Laudrup that he did not want to sign a new contract at the Liberty Stadium.

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