Former Celtic striker Chris Sutton has written in The Daily Record that he will not be shocked to see Scott Sinclair leave Celtic in the summer transfer window.
Sinclair has been with Celtic since the summer of 2016, when he joined from Aston Villa on a four-year deal for a fee of around £3m.
Sinclair was superb for Celtic in his debut season in 2016-17, netting 25 goals and registering 11 assists in 50 appearances in all competitions.
It’s safe to say the 30-year-old has been an integral part of the Hoops’ domestic treble successes over the past two seasons.
Notching 48 appearances across all competitions this season, Sinclair has 17 goals and six assists to his name for Celtic.
And Chris Sutton wrote in The Daily Record, that he would not be surprised to see Sinclair leave Parkhead:
“Scott Sinclair is struggling to have an influence and I wouldn’t be shocked to see him leaving in the summer.”
Sinclair’s current contract with the Hoops runs until the summer of 2020, and it has been reported that his future at the club is uncertain with talks about a new deal still up in the air.