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Should Swansea Sell Sinclair? Fans' Poll Results

Should Swansea Sell Sinclair? Fans' Poll Results

We asked our readers whether or not Swansea City should sell Scott Sinclair, and here's how you voted...

The winger's future at the Liberty Stadium is up in the air at present as he's put his contract talks on hold for a second time. The first time was when manager Brendan Rodgers left, and now he's waiting to return from Olympic Games duty before holding discussions with the Swans over a potential new deal.

His current contract expires next Summer and the club will want to avoid losing him for nothing this time next year, so we asked you what you think the Swans should do.

Of course, rumours and speculation suggests that he wants a move elsewhere, and that his decision to put talks on hold aren't because of the genuine reasons mentioned above.

Brendan Rodgers at Liverpool has been linked with a move, while Aston Villa and Fulham are also apparently interested.

The poll was dominated with 75% of you voting that we should only sell the player if he turns down a new contract this Summer - so we get some money for him. 14% said we shouldn't sell him at all because 'he's a key player', and the remaining 11% believe we should sell him this year whether he a new deal or not.

You can discuss this and many other Swansea City-related topics in the message forum here

Our new poll asks you what position we should target next, after Michael Laudrup has so far signed two midfielders and a defender.

You can vote now on the right hand side of the page.







Click here to join in the debate on the club forum.

Writer:VitalSwansea
Date:Saturday July 28 2012
Time: 9:25PM

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