The 27-year-old has been linked to Celtic and Aston Villa.
The 27-year-old played under Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers at Swansea City and the Northern Irishman is keen on a reunion.
The former Manchester City man was unable to inspire Aston Villa to Premier League safety last term, scoring just twice - both goals came in the same game, way back in August - as the Villans were relegated to the Championship.
He does, however, have a very decent record in the Championship and helped Rodgers's Swansea side win promotion to the top flight in 2011.
Celtic fans on Twitter would love to see him at Paradise, but a few Aston Villa supporters would prefer to keep him, it seems.
Am I the only 1 that thinks Scott Sinclair will be very useful in the championship?? #avfc— shaun willans (@swillans1980) June 22, 2016
I think Scott Sinclair would rip the Championship to pieces but for the sake of fresh blood i’d accept the 2mil and use it elsewhere #AVFC— Ryan (@Longroad1982) June 22, 2016
I'm going to miss Scott Sinclair— Rick (@Rick_avfc) June 22, 2016
I'm probably in the minority but Scott Sinclair is one I'd keep in the Championship, think he'd score quite a few for us in that division.— Maradona_AVFC10 (@Maradona_AVFC10) June 22, 2016
@oaoradioshow1 A player Brendan knows well,who played his best football under him,could be a great signing.Hope we get him.— Celtic Sea (@DM8883) June 22, 2016
Scott Sinclair for £2m would be a gem of a deal.— Tam (@TamSelleckCSC) June 21, 2016
Scott Sinclair. Sign him up.— Kieran Caw (@Kieran_Celtic) June 21, 2016
He would certainly be an asset at either club in theory, but if Sinclair wants to be remembered as anything other than a Premier League flop he might stay at Aston Villa, in the hope they win promotion.
With Roberto Di Matteo at the club, a new manager is bound to give Villa players a lift - and if Sinclair is one of them then it is certainly in Aston Villa's interest to retain his services.