West Brom signs Scott Sinclair on loan from City

Scott Sinclair has ended his miserable spell at Manchester City

by joining fellow Premier League side West Bromwich Albion on a

season-long loan deal.

West Brom says Thursday the club has the option to sign the

former Chelsea and Swansea winger on a permanent basis at the end

of the season.

The 24-year-old Sinclair, who played for Britain in the Olympic

football tournament at the London Games, signed for City for 6.2

million pounds ($9.6 million) last summer but only started two

league games last season.

West Brom manager Steve Clarke says Sinclair will bring a ”wow

factor” to the team, adding ”he has had a frustrating time at

Manchester City but you cannot doubt his quality in terms of what

he has done in the past.”