By ESPNSTAR.com staff
After a respectable showing in the Premier League this season, Sinclair garnered the attention of clubs like Tottenham, Fulham and Aston Villa. Nonetheless, the player was believed to be uninterested in leaving Swansea for any of these teams. However, it appears that he considers a Liverpool squad helmed by Brendan Rodgers to be a different prospect.
Highly rated at the Liberty Stadium, Sinclair was due to extend his contract with Swansea last month. The departure of Rodgers to Liverpool placed a hitch in discussions, although Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins announced that club management have reinitiated talks with the player after Michael Laudrup was installed as Rodgers' replacement.
Despite Jenkins' optimism of keeping Sinclair in the squad, recent reports indicate that the winger is no longer as keen to sign a new deal after learning of Rodgers' interest to bring him to Anfield.
Sinclair still has 14 months left on his current deal with Swansea, but Jenkins' frustration at the player's unwillingness to commit is growing, and a future move toward the Reds appears likely.
"With Scott being a first-team regular we need a decision one way or the other as soon as possible so the manager can be clear in his mind on where the team goes and make sure the squad is right for August." the club chairman stated.