Sinclair set to quit Bees
By Graeme Bailey
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Dean Sinclair is ready to quit Barnet, with a clutch of Championship clubs keen.
Dean Sinclair is ready to quit Barnet in the summer, with a clutch of Championship clubs keen on the midfielder.
The 22-year-old's contract expires at the end of the season and he has rejected multiple offers to stay at Underhill.
The likes of Derby County, Sheffield Wednesday, Queens Park Rangers and former club Norwich City all hold an interest in Sinclair.
His representative Tony Finnigan has confirmed the player will be moving on in the summer, with a fee to be decided by a tribunal.
"Dean has had a great season," Finnigan told skysports.com. "He is very thankful to Paul Fairclough for all the hard work he has done for him.
"But the time is right to move on having had such a great season with Barnet, hence the amount of interest in him.
"Dean will finish the season with Barnet then look at his options."
Barnet chairman Tony Kleanthous has issued a statement regarding the recent speculation about the club's players.
The statement, on the club's official website, read: "Paul Fairclough is currently deciding on the nucleus of his squad for next season, but, apart from Dean Sinclair, all the players he wants to retain are contractually secure."