Who should the Sky Blues take a punt on?

Coventry City have already been busy in the transfer window after making three new signings; which include experienced defender, Kyle McFadzean; Doncaster Rovers goalkeeper, Marko Marosi, who is the likely candidate to replace former Sky Blues number one, Lee Burge, and Bradford City goalkeeper, Mark Wilson.

Highly-rated young defender, Michael Rose, also joined the club this summer from Ayr United, after he was signed back in January.

However, Mark Robins still has plenty more business to do.

With the club finishing 8th in their first season back in League One, the side lacked goals and was the main criticism with fans.

Graham Carey

Carey featured 34 times in the 2018/19 season for Plymouth Argyle scoring four times but couldn’t help his side from relegation.

The experienced Argyle attacking midfielder would be a great addition into a young Sky Blues squad. Carey has had a new contract offer from Plymouth, but is expected to turn it down following the clubs relegation to League Two; and Coventry are in hot pursuit for the highly rated midfielder.

With the addition of Carey, the Sky Blues could have a complete set in midfield with Liam Kelly, Tom Bayliss, Jordan Shipley and Zain Westbrooke already performing well for the club.

John Marquis

The Doncaster Rovers striker scored 22 goals last season for the League One play-off side and has been on Robins’ radar for a while.

With Coventry struggling to score goals last season, a proven goal scoring striker in League One like Marquis will be a perfect signing for the Sky Blues, who will hope to aim for play-offs this season.

With the club already having young strikers who could fit the bill such as; Amadou Bakayoko, Jordy Hiwula, Conor Chaplin and Jordan Ponticelli, Marquis would add to the experience and goals that the Sky Blues need.

Bright Enobakhare

After a successful loan spell with Coventry last season, Enobakhare is the ideal target for all Sky Blue fans, with the 21 year olds pace, skill and awareness on the pitch, the attacking midfielder, who mainly played as a second striker during his time at Coventry, will be a great, permanent addition to the squad.

While at the Sky Blues, Enobakhare featured 18 times, as well as scoring six times and winning young player of the season since joining from Wolverhampton Wanderers in January.

After an impressive spell at the Ricoh Arena, Enobakhare will definitely be high on Robins’ transfer target list.

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