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Coventry City striker agrees one-year contract extension

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Ex-Sheffield Wednesday and Nottingham Forest striker Marcus Tudgay has put pen-to-paper on a new one-year deal to stay at Coventry City, the Coventry Telegraph has confirmed.

Marcus Tudgay has signed a new one-year extension with Coventry

Marcus Tudgay has signed a new one-year extension with Coventry

The experienced striker will link-up with Tony Mowbray’s men on July 1 for the commencement of pre-season training.

The 32-year-old joined the Sky Blues as a free agent from Forest last summer and made 23 appearances for City, scoring four goals in the process.

Tudgay took to his personal Twitter account to confirm his news.

He tweeted: “Buzzing just put pen to paper on a new 1year deal… Can’t wait for the season to start #Ccfc”

The striker was missing from the Coventry side for the final weeks of last season with a hamstring strain and underwent an intensive medical before signing his new contract.

The forward becomes the first senior professional to renew his terms ahead of the new season although Chris Stokes and Ivor Lawton are expected to follow.

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