Coventry City boss Mark Robins remains in the race to make a summer move for Nottingham Forest’s Tyler Walker.
After securing the League One title and automatic promotion to the Championship, Robins has done a superb job over the transfer window to bring in some new faces and strengthen his squad.
Seemingly keen to follow those signings up with a new striker, Robins has also been linked with a potential move for Ipswich Town striker Kayden Jackson.
Talks are said to have been ongoing between the £720,000-valued striker and his current club over an option to extend his deal but it is claimed that a latest deal has been rejected, prompting Coventry to sit and wait for the outcome.
Another striker has now been linked with the club, with talk of a move for young Nottingham Forest goal-scorer Walker emerge in the media.
Walker, who is valued at £720,000 by Transfermarkt, netted 14 goals in 29 games on loan with Lincoln City last term, before returning to his parent club in January.
Returning to the City Ground, Walker would net one goal, against Championship winners Leeds United, in a total of seven games.
This would make a superb signing for Coventry and Robins. Walker produced the goods whilst with Lincoln City last season in League One, which earned him the right to step up and play some games in the second tier for Forest.
Chances were ultimately at a premium, so a temporary switch to the Sky Blues could do him the world of good and give him the vital Championship experience he is looking for, whilst the Sky Blues would get a potent goalscorer.
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