Jerome Sinclair is the youngest player in Liverpool’s illustrious history, having made his debut in 2012 just six days after he’d turned 16.
But three years later, it looks like the talented striker will have to fulfil his potential elsewhere.
The player is at loggerheads with the club over his contract which expires at the end of the season. Sinclair wants much more money than the club are prepared to offer, and to make matters worse – he’s recently hired Aidy Ward as his agent – practically confirming his summer departure reckon the Echo.
Liverpool fans will remember Ward from earlier in 2015. He pined for Raheem Sterling’s exit, drove a wedge between the player and the club and made some incredibly offensive remarks to the Evening Standard about how his client wouldn’t sign for Liverpool even for £900k-per-week.
Frankly, he’s no good, and we find it inconceivable that a teenage player with the right intentions would hire Ward with knowledge of the Sterling saga. The Manchester City winger is still booed at every opportunity all round the country.
Jordon Ibe’s agent is his mum. That’s the kind of example young players like Sinclair should be following.