After a fairly solid season last season in which they finished 12th in the league, Mark Robins is hoping to build upon the progress his Coventry City side made and push forward even further next season.
There hasn’t been much movement at Coventry so far this summer in terms of signings although with time still to go until the new season is underway, fans will be hoping that there is plenty to come.
That being said, whilst there is optimism about who may be able to come in before the new season is underway, there are a number of players whose futures with the Sky Blues are looking fairly uncertain.
O’Hare was a key part of the Coventry squad last season as he made 45 appearances for the team and scored five goals.
However, journalist Alan Nixon has reported that newly relegated side Burnley are interested in gaining the 24-year-old’s services this summer.
O’Hare has two years remaining on his contract meaning the Clarets will have to pay for the player if they want him next year.
Football Insider have reported though that the Sky Blues have already turned down multiple bids for the player whilst Burnley are prepared to make another, improved offer before the window closes.
Therefore, Coventry could still be tempted to take a deal and let their player go.
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Hamer was another player who shone for the Sky Blues last season scoring three goals and assisting ten times in 39 appearances.
His performances in midfield have unsurprisingly gained him interest from the top flight.
According to Alan Nixon, Fulham would have to spend over £10million if they were to want him this summer.
Meanwhile, Mark Robins hinted that there was continued interest in the player in the player which the club should be happy about.
Considering, the the 24-year-old is under contract until 2024, the Sky Blues are in a position of power regarding this transfer so they may not be forced to sell this summer.
Gyokeres was highly impressive in front of goal last season as he scored 17 times and provided five assists in 45 league appearances.
Due to his impressive form last year, there has been rumoured interest in him throughout summer so far.
Middlesbrough had initially been linked to the player but Football Insider reported that Coventry rejected an official move from the club and as it stands, there has been no further movement.
Turkish outlet Fotomac has reported that Bestiktas are another side with an interest in the player although no move has yet been made on this one.
The 24-year-old is another player under contract until 2024 though so the Sky Blues have a lot of power over holding on to their top scorer.