Coventry City have ended their interest in Wolverhampton Wanderers youngster Renat Dadashov, according to Coventry Live.
Sky Blues manager Mark Robins has been busy preparing for next term’s return to the Championship by bringing in a number of significant arrivals.
Callum O’Hare was the next player to be announced as a Coventry player, agreeing a permanent move from Aston Villa, whilst Marcel Hilssner’s signing was then announced and that was followed up by a deal to bring in Ryan Giles.
One player who will not be arriving, though, is Dadashov, despite reported interest less than a month ago.
The 21-year-old Azerbaijan international is yet to make an appearance for his parent club since moving to Molineux in 2019 and he is expected to head out on loan this summer.
Coventry Live reported that the Sky Blues are now no longer keen on making a summer move for the Wolves forward.
This seemed a strange one anyway as Robins has been excellent already in terms of transfer business in bringing in potential long-term options.
Dadashov is a relatively unknown player and it would have been questionable if he could have made an instant impact in the Championship, having not even played sporadically for Wolves.
Robins evidently felt that the Azerbaijani was not worth the risk and he seems happy to proceed with the strikers already at his disposal.
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