Exclusive: Robinson claims Celtic player set to be in demand with 'Cheap' exit on the cards

Paul Robinson showered Celtic attacker Scott Sinclair with praise and claimed he would be in-demand in January.

Speaking exclusively to Football Insider correspondent Laura O’Leary, the former England No.1 admitted he rated Sinclair and suggested £1million was a cheap price tag for him.

Football Insider previously revealed that the Hoops wanted to get rid of the 30-year-old winger in January with £1million believed to be the amount they’re open to selling him for.

Robinson explained that a cheap move would work for all parties as Sinclair won’t be happy not playing regular football.

When asked if Sinclair will be in-demand in January given his £1million price tag, Robinson told Football Insider: “Yeah he is a good player.

“He’s obviously not had the minutes he would have wanted but that’s down to the manager and the team playing so well that he hasn’t been able to break into it.

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“And obviously a player of his age and ability, he is obviously going to look to move as he isn’t going to want to sit out the twilight years of his career watching football.

“So a cheap move could work for both parties.”

The 30-year-old has only played seven times for Neil Lennon’s side this season, with only two of those outings coming in the league.

Sinclair’s current Hoops contract is set to expire at the end of the season with him having been at Parkhead since joining from Aston Villa in 2016.

In other Celtic news, it can be REVEALED that Nicky Hammond has had tense transfer talks with £10m+ valued Hoops star.