Huge Blow: Coventry City In Chase for Sensational Starlet, Can He The Right Signing? Whats Yours Thought?

The Arsenal starlet has to come into Coventry City’s thinking if Burnley complete the signing of Gus Hamer.

It is an interesting summer for Coventry City after the Sky Blues were defeated in the Championship play-off final, with the Sky Blues already waving goodbye to an extremely important figure in Viktor Gyokeres.

The Swedish striker finished the second tier campaign as the division’s second-highest scorer whilst he topped the assist chart, however, his link-up play, dribbling ability and out of possession work also contributed towards Gyokeres shining as one of the Championship’s top performers.

Coventry City sign Preston striker Sean Maguire, Burnley defender Luke McNally & teenager Riccardo di Trolio - BBC Sport

Gus Hamer was equally as influential for the Midlands club last season, with the 26-year-old chipping in with 11 goals and 10 assists in the 2022/23 Championship campaign, proving to be of Premier League quality throughout.

Like the eyes on Gyokeres before his move to Sporting CP was confirmed, Hamer is also a name on the lists of several top-flight clubs this summer, and for the Sky Blues, it will not come as much of a surprise whatsoever.

What is the latest on Burnley’s interest in Coventry City midfielder Gus Hamer and who else is interested?
According to a recent report from TEAMtalk, Coventry have rejected an approach from Burnley, with the newly-promoted Premier League outfit offering £8 million plus two players in exchange for the 26-year-old.

The report has revealed that Luke McNally, who spent a successful second half of the season at the CBS Arena last year, as well as Bobby Thomas, are the two players that Burnley have offered the Sky Blues.

TEAMtalk’s update on Hamer’s situation has stated that Coventry are instead holding out for a £15 million fee for the player whose current deal at the Midlands club expires next summer.


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