Laudrup rejects Sinclair rumours
Swansea boss Michael Laudrup has dismissed reports a deal has been agreed with Manchester City regarding the sale of Scott Sinclair.
Reports emerged on Saturday morning suggesting City had agreed a fee with the Swans for Sinclair, who is out of contract at the end of the season.
The winger was left out of the match day squad for Swansea's win over West Ham on Saturday, fuelling rumours a deal had been agreed, but Laudrup insists Sinclair is no closer to joining City.
He said: "Last week after the game (against QPR) I said it was no problem bringing him into the squad. He did a good job, he came off the bench and he scored. There are a lot of things going on around Scott and I spoke with him and we decided it was better for everyone that he did not participate at all in the game.
"We know things can move fast in this game but we will wait until Monday to see where things stand. We know it could go on until Friday evening. If he is still here after that he will be in the squad next Saturday, if he is not, he is not.
"There is a lot of interest in Scott. I really don't know if he will be here after Friday but everything is possible. It is possible he stays, it is possible he leaves."