Coventry City have completed a loan move for Wolverhampton Wanderers utility man Ryan Giles ahead of the 2020/21 season.
Following a successful 2019/2020 campaign which saw the Sky Blues gain promotion from League One to the Championship, boss Mark Robins has begun to make several improvements to his squad.
Following the foreign duo coming in to the club was Callum O’Hare who agreed a permanent move to the club after spending last term on loan at the Sky Blues from Aston Villa.
Marcel Hilssner’s signing was then announced last Thursday, and that has now been followed up by a fifth signing.
Giles, spent last season on loan with Shrewsbury Town up until Christmas where he made 25 appearances before moving to Coventry on a short term loan in January. He has now inked another temporary deal with the club and will now embark on a season in the Championship.
Whilst the transfer is subject to English Football League and Football Association approval, Premier League side Wolves have agreed that the 20-year-old can train with the Sky Blues before the completion date of July 27.
Coventry, who made Giles a fifth summer arrival are also being linked with a move for Monaco defender Jonathan Panzo.
The Coventry squad is now coming together nicely ahead of next season and Giles’ arrival gives Mark Robins plenty of cover given the Telford born footballer can play in a variety of positions – he played in four different roles last term.
Preparation is key for a newly promoted side and Robins is certainly doing his best to get everything in place for next term.
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