As confirmed by Coventry’s official website, Palmer has joined the club for an undisclosed fee from Bristol City.
The midfielder has put pen-to-paper on a three-year contract which will see him remain at the Coventry Building Society Arena until 2025.
Palmer will be keen to help Coventry reach new heights in the Championship next season by featuring regularly at this level.
The 25-year-old slipped down the pecking order at Ashton Gate last season as he was limited to just eight appearances.
During his stint with the Robins, Palmer managed to score eight goals and provide seven assists for the club in all competitions.
Having now made their first signing of the summer, Coventry will be keen to back up this move by securing the services of some more fresh faces between now and the end of the transfer window.
After the club announced his arrival, Palmer revealed on Twitter that he cannot wait to get started at Coventry.
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The Jamaica international posted: “New chapter.
“@Coventry_City buzzing to be here!
“Exciting times at the club and can’t wait to be part of it.
— #KP45 (@kaseypalmer45) June 21, 2022
Providing that Palmer is able to maintain his fitness as well as his consistency next season, there is no reason why he cannot go on to produce a number of eye-catching performances for Coventry.
Having played 136 games in the Championship during his career, the midfielder knows exactly what it takes to cope with the competitiveness of this division and thus it may not take him too long to make an impression for the Sky Blues in this division.
Palmer will be hoping to bolster his chances of claiming a spot in Coventry’s side for their opening fixtures of the 2022/23 campaign by impressing in pre-season.
After securing a 12th place finish in the second-tier standings earlier this year, the Sky Blues will be determined to launch a sustained push for a place in the play-offs during the upcoming campaign.