Highly rated Liverpool academy striker Jerome Sinclair looks set to leave the club after a contract dispute this summer, reports claim.
Jerome Sinclair is poised to leave Liverpool in the future, according to reports, after contract talks with the club came to nothing.
Andy Kelly of the Liverpool Echo writes: “There’s a contract dispute brewing.
“Sinclair has one year left on his deal, but a new one has not been agreed with the club as of yet.
“He was left out of the squad for the Far East tour as a result, and has been with the U21s in Ireland.”
This comes after the striker alluded to a move with a cryptic message on Twitter on Friday:
ESPN further these suggestions by claiming Sinclair “turned down the [club’s] offer of a new deal and asked to leave the club.”
The 18-year-old made his Premier League debut towards the end of 2014/15, and finished the season with three appearances for Brendan Rodgers’ side.
Sinclair became the club’s youngest ever player when he was brought on as a substitute in Liverpool’s League Cup third-round clash with West Bromwich Albion in 2012.
Signed from West Brom, Sinclair has so far spent three years with the club.