Coventry City appear to have missed out on the potential summer signing of former Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Bright Enobakhare, who has reportedly agreed a move to Greek outfit AEK Athens.
With the League One now ended via a points-per-game system, the Sky Blues have gained promotion to the Championship after what proved to be a good season under Mark Robins. Looking ahead to next term, the manager is expected to strengthen his squad ahead of what could be a challenging return to England’s second tier.
However, despite that former relationship with Coventry, the speedy forward is now set to move to AEK Athens and is today expected to put pen to paper on a deal that will see him commit his future to the Greek club until 2023.
Coventry’s former League One rivals Sunderland had also shown interest in the striker during the January transfer window.
This seems like a good move for the Nigerian forward and a place where he can potentially make a name for himself and gain regular first team football.
If things don’t work out for him at AEK Athens, then Coventry may be in a position to bring him back to the West Midlands for a second spell.
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