Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Michael Jacobs is attracting interest from League One Coventry City, according to the Birmingham Mail.
The wide player was courted by Sky Blues’ boss Tony Mowbray back in March but opted to stay in the Championship with Blackpool, a move that turned into disaster as the Tangerines were relegated from the second tier.
Jacobs has since returned to Molineux and had vowed to recapture the form that saw him help Wolves storm to the League One title in 2014.
Whilst boss Kenny Jackett may consider letting the 23-year-old leave the club, it won’t be until reinforcements arrive at the club, with Wolves already unbalanced following the departure of Bakary Sako.
Coventry boss Mowbray has struggled with his recruitment drive so far this summer and is yet to see an arrival at the Ricoh Arena.
Whilst he has said he is willing to be patient in order to get the right players, the capture of ex-Northampton youngster Jacobs would be viewed as a big step in the right direction.
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