Coventry City youngster Jonny Ngandu could be set for a loan move away from the club with a report linking him with Icelandic side Keflavik.
Seven players have joined the Sky Blues this summer to enhance Mark Robins’ first team squad following their promotion to the Championship and League One title win and Robins may now feel that he is well prepared for the test of England’s second tier, spending a total of £1.35m on those new arrivals.
Whilst some players have come in, a whole host of familiar faces over the last few seasons have left and it now looks increasingly likely that Ngandu is to follow suit.
The 18-year-old made his senior debut against Cheltenham Town in the Carabao Cup in 2018 but he has failed to feature for the Sky Blues’ first team since.
The talented youngster, who was once linked with a move to Manchester United, is now set to leave England and move to Keflavik ahead of Coventry’s first Championship clash on September 12, when they travel to Ashton Gate to face Bristol City.
It is the right move for Ngandu to leave the Sky Blues on loan this summer but one might question whether moving to the Icelandic league is the best option.
Surely a move to League Two or even the National League would have been more beneficial in terms of gaining senior experience in English football.
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