Three players Already have Agreed in the personal Terms with Coventry…

The Sky Blues have found themselves once again in and around the top six, but unlike last season, where they reached the play-off final, they looked to have come up short in reaching the play-offs altogether.

However, it has been another impressive campaign from Mark Robins’ side, as they started the season off slowly, but their form soon saw them in play-off contention.

While they have also had an FA Cup run that they can be proud of, so, heading into this summer, the club will be optimistic that they can breach that gap and get into the top six at the very least next season.

Coventry had a lot of turnover last summer, as they lost big players in Viktor Gyokeres and Gus Hamer. The club may see one or two players depart, but they will hope it is much quieter for outgoings this time around.

But Robins will surely have his eyes on a few areas where they can strengthen, so with the summer transfer window not too far away, here we have picked three dreamy yet realistic transfers Coventry could make this summer…

The first player that makes this list is Peterborough United defender Josh Knight.

The 26-year-old has been with Posh since 2021, when he joined the club on a permanent basis from Leicester City.

The defender has been a key contributor for the side since arriving, helping them in the Championship as well as reaching the League One play-offs in the last two seasons.

Knight’s contract expires at the end of this season, and given how well he has done in League One, he could be someone that a team like Coventry City looks at.

This is because the Sky Blues may need to strengthen that area of the pitch in this summer transfer window, as the club has four recognised centre-backs currently, and one of those, Luis Binks, is on loan from Bologna.

Therefore, he will need to be replaced, and Knight could be the one to do that. As he has shown for a number of seasons now, he is a very steady defender who can also operate in other areas of the pitch.

Knight has been among the goals this season, and if he can help Peterborough get back to the Championship, his stock could be even higher, making him someone that Championship clubs consider. He may not come in and be a regular starter, but he could be a good squad player to have in a team like Coventry’s.

The next player on this three-man list is Queens Park Rangers midfielder Chris Willock, a player that most Championship clubs will be looking at this summer given his contract situation.

The 26-year-old’s contract with the Rs expires at the end of this season, and with no sign of a new agreement being reached, he will be available for nothing this summer.

So, he is likely going to be a player who is highly sought after, and Coventry should be a side that is keeping an eye on his situation.

Since QPR signed Willock in 2020, he has been a breath of fresh air for the West London team, as he’s been crucial in terms of scoring goals and creating chances.

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