Liverpool's youngest ever player is now without a club and owns a chicken shop

However, in a team littered with stars including Luis Suarez, Philippe Coutinho and Steven Gerrard the teenager made just four more appearance for Liverpool – including his Premier League debut against Chelsea in 2014. Two years later contract negotiations broke down and Watford came in giving Liverpool £4million in a compensation fee.

He failed to make an impact at Watford during his five years on contract and was loaned out to a host of clubs. After his contract expired last season Sinclair went on trial with Oxford United but after failing to earn a contact he turned away from football and opened his own chicken shop.

The Mirror reports that the forward now runs the Dudley Road branch of fried chicken takeaway chain Morley's in his home city of Birmingham and shows no sign of returning to football.

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