Coventry City will only sign Wolverhampton Wanderers striker Renat Dadashov on loan if they make a summer move for him.
The Sky Blues are gearing up for a season in the Championship after winning promotion from League One and manager Mark Robins has already added two players to his first team squad with the signings of Gustavo Hamer and Julien Dacosta, who have arrived from PEC Zwolle and Chamois Niortais, respectively.
The 21-year-old Azerbaijan international is yet to make an appearance for his parent club since moving to Molineux in 2019 but he has been linked with a move to the Sky Blues.
Updating fans of that transfer interest, Coventry Live claimed that any deal for Dadashov would be a loan-based transfer, with Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo keen to keep him signed on with the Premier League club for the long-term.
While Dadashov has yet to feature in a first team game in England, the young striker must have made an impression on Nuno if the Wolves manager isn’t willing to sell him, therefore hinting that the 21-year-old has plenty of potential.
Coventry boss Robins is working wonders already in the transfer window and, if he can add some attacking talent like Dadashov to his squad, their forward line could be well stocked to take on the Championship next season.
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