In a very busy start to the summer, Coventry City have announced on their official website that Rod McDonald has become the third player to sign since the end of last season.
Coventry City are reporting that McDonald joins on a free transfer whereas Northampton Town’s official website have claimed that the Sky Blues paid an undisclosed fee for his services.
The 25-year-old has put pen to paper on a two year deal with Coventry City as Mark Robins continues to get his business done early to prepare for life in League Two.
Coventry suffered a disappointing relegation last term and will be hoping to bounce straight back to League One at the first time of asking.
The 6’2” centre half leaves the Cobblers after making 37 appearances in two seasons with the club.
McDonald becomes Coventry’s third summer signing following the arrivals of midfield enforcer and former star Michael Doyle from Portsmouth and Sheffield United striker Marc McNulty.
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