Coventry City have had a tough return to the Championship, with the side currently one place and one point above the relegation zone.
Despite that, Mark Robins’ side have shown quality on occasions and the recent win over leaders Reading shows that they are capable of beating anyone on their day.
However, given the alarming points return, the boss may be tempted to go into the market in January and a few quality additions could make all the difference.
Of course, should any new players come in, departures may be needed to balance the squad and here we look at TWO players who may want to move on…
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One substitute appearance this seasons indicates that the versatile forward is not a player who has the trust of Robins so far this season.
In truth, it’s a surprise that he hasn’t been given more of a chance as Kastaneer does seem as though he could help the team in certain games.
He won’t be happy with the current situation as he rarely makes the squad, so a transfer could suit all parties in the New Year, particularly if a replacement can be found.
Similarly, Bakayoko is another forward player who is struggling for minutes and he surely won’t be happy with that.
At 24-years-old, he may be keen on going to a club where he can be the main man in the final third and that’s not going to happen under Robins in the Championship.
Once again, if a deal can be done for a forward, losing Bakayoko wouldn’t be much of an issue for Coventry, so it’s something to monitor in January.