Barely a week after manager Paul Lambert declared the deal "dead," Scott Sinclair is an Aston Villa player. It's another positive announcement in what has been a wholly satisfying few days for the club.
Fabian Delph's contract extension was the catalyst, followed quickly by the 2-1 win over Bournemouth in the FA Cup, a subsequent home draw in the fifth round, acres of upbeat media coverage -- chief executive Tom Fox speaking of five-year plans, the renewed enthusiasm of owner Randy Lerner and...
Scott Sinclair has joined Aston Villa on loan from Manchester City for the rest of the season with a view to a permanent deal.
The two clubs arranged a loan move after Villa refused to pay City's asking price for a long-term transfer, and 25-year-old Sinclair becomes Villa's second January signing after Valencia winger Carles Gil.
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Manchester City flop Scott Sinclair is set to complete his loan switch to Aston Villa within the next 24 hours, Press Association reported.
The winger will sign until the end of the season with a view to a permanent move, according to PA.
The deal looked off last week when Villa boss Paul Lambert claimed it was dead but the clubs revived talks earlier this week.
Sinclair could also be included in Villa's squad for Sunday's trip to Arsenal, should the move be completed in time.
The 25-year-old joined...