Coventry City have confirmed the return of Sam McCallum on a loan deal from Championship side Norwich City via their official website.
The 20-year-old defender proved to be an excellent performer for Mark Robins’ side last season, contributing to the what proved to be a title winning campaign in League One for the Sky Blues.
Such good form saw the young defender agree a permanent move to Norwich City, who were relegated from the Premier League last term.
Despite a January move, McCallum returned to Coventry on loan for the back end of the 2019/2020 campaign.
With the new season underway, McCallum’s future with Norwich has now been addressed and it has been confirmed that he has now once again returned on loan to Coventry.
“We are delighted to welcome Sam back to the Club on loan until the end of the season,” Coventry boss Robins told the club’s official website.
“Sam is a player with great ability and potential who was an important part of our League One winning side, so when this opportunity came about we were very pleased to be able bring Sam back.
“He is a great lad, and his qualities both defensively and going forward will add to our squad significantly in the Championship. We look forward to working with Sam again between now and the end of the season.”
A good move back to Coventry for McCallum and he will now test his ability in the Championship. It does however, beg the question for the youngster whether or not he has a future with Norwich City.
Perform well for the Sky Blues and who knows what the future holds.
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