SCOTT SINCLAIR is a player who will be synonymous with Celtic when you talk about the invincible treble, double treble and even treble treble.
But with his lack of form and no Brendan Rodgers around, the midfielder has struggled to hold down a place under Neil Lennon.
The Englishman was omitted from the away tie against Cluj because Parkhead bosses wanted to sell the player to a Premier League club. No deal was done and the player remained a Celt.
Scotty made a cameo appearance against Motherwell after the English window closed but in the last two games couldn’t even make the bench.
This has led many to believe he has been intentionally frozen out at the club in the hope he will move on before too long.
According to football insider, Scott Sinclair is on the look out for a new club abroad before the deadline closes in around two weeks.
If that’s the case, Celtic are lacking any sort of class in the treatment of the treble treble star. Sinclair might be one of our highest earners who would have a finished roll for the season but there’s no doubt he can still offer Celtic something.
Brought in for only £3.6m (transfermarkt) three years ago, he’s paid that fee back and more.