Celtic winger Scott Sinclair’s future at the club is in doubt, with Chief Executive Peter Lawwell not yet informing the player if an year-extension option on his contract at the Hoops will be taken up, according to The Scottish Sun.
The paper say that the attacker, who is one of the highest earners at the club in terms of wages, could end up leaving on a free transfer at the end of the season.
With uncertainty rife at the Hoops just now due to our managerial situation, it means that Sinclair could be left sweating on his future in Glasgow.
The 29-year-old, who turns 30 this month, has had an exceptional few years in Celtic colours. He’s scored 60 goals and assisted 34 times, making him one of the most lethal attacking forces in the entire squad.
Form wise he has had his ups and downs, but recently has again proven to be a key weapon in the fight to win the historic ‘treble treble’.
Ultimately though he was very much Brendan Rodgers’ man, so he may feel his opportunities will become limited moving forward.
He’s received plenty of criticisms from supporters, but the majority would likely love to see him stay at the club next season provided whoever the manager is in the summer still wants him around.