Scott Sinclair is likely to leave Celtic later today as the club continues to cut the wage bill.
The former Aston Villa man scored more goals than anyone else during the Treble Treble success but it seems like his back-heeler against FK Sarajevo will be his last for the club.
Celtic took up a 12 month option on his contract towards the end of last season but it seems unlikely that Sinclair will be a Celtic player beyond 5pm tonight.
The 30-year-old has drifted out of favour this season, after being left out of the match-day squad to face Cluj Neil Lennon admitted to Radio Scotland:
There’s a bit of interest, but nothing concrete at the minute. That might change over the next 24 hours.
Middlesbrough, Preston and Sheffield United have been linked with Sinclair this year with a frantic round of negotiations expected ahead of today’s 5pm deadline.
Last night Lewis Morgan played on the left-wing with Marian Shved on the bench.
Mikey Johnston missed last night’s match through injury but appears to be the man in possession although Boli Bolingoli could be an option if another left-back is brought in as a direct replacement for Kieran Tierney.
Since the end of last season Mikael Lustig, Dedryck Boyata and Emilio Izaguirre have left Celtic with Tierney and Sinclair likely to complete their moves today.
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