Four League One clubs are in the hunt to sign Jordan Turnbull from Coventry City this summer, according to The Sun.
Despite a disappointing season on a personal level and as a team, Jordan Turnbull is still attracting interest from League One sides.
AFC Wimbledon, Bradford City, Walsall and Charlton Athletic are the four clubs competing for the centre back’s services this summer.
Jordan Turnbull has a clause in his contract allowing him to leave Coventry City for free this summer because of their relegation to League Two.
It appears that the former Southampton academy product has offers to stay in League One and he could choose to leave the Ricoh Arena to enhance his career at a higher level.
Bradford, who were defeated in the play-off final, are looking to add some quality to their defensive ranks this summer and want the left-footed centre half to add to their options.
AFC Wimbledon are keen to bring in one more defender to increase competition with Darius Charles, Paul Robinson and Deji Oshilaja.
Meanwhile, Walsall and Charlton Athletic remain interested in the young defender.
The 22-year-old played 46 games in all competitions for the Sky Blues last season with both his goals coming in the Checkatrade Trophy.
Turnbull played in the Checkatrade Trophy final win at Wembley but lost his place in the league after a string of disappointing displays earlier in the season.
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