Coventry City goalkeeper Marko Marosi is currently undergoing a medical with Shrewsbury Town ahead of a move to the Sky Bet League One side, as per a recent report by Football Insider.
The Slovakian keeper has been granted permission to move to the third tier club and is now set to complete a medical ahead of completing the deal.
It is said in the report that the Shrews reached an agreement with Marosi following a breakthrough in talks, which has now paved the way for a move to the Montgomery Waters Meadow Stadium.
The 27-year-old suffered what was described as a horrific injury last term to his eye socket and cheekbone and lost his place as number one between the sticks for the Sky Blues as a result.
Despite this, Marosi still managed to play 21 games last season under Mark Robins.
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He is now seemingly set to depart the Ricoh Arena after making 61 appearances in all competitions for the Midlands club.
It appears that Marosi is particularly keen to be playing first team football again at the age of 27 and Coventry, being the decent club that they are, seem in no mood to stand in his way.
He was very unfortunate to sustain such a serious injury last term and may well feel hard done by that he didn’t receive a proper chance to try and regain his spot in the starting eleven.
Marosi is a very experienced goalkeeper and may be a player that Coventry regret letting go in the long term if he goes on to have a successful spell at Shrewsbury.
Robins will now look to keep faith with Ben Wilson as his standout number one choice between the sticks, with the former AFC Wimbledon man having stepped up to the plate well since being handed his chance to impress by the manager.