Early transfer speculation, season tickets and safe standing - Coventry City Q&A live

Coventry City fans show their support during the Sky Bet Championship match at Coventry Building Society Arena
Coventry City fans have been renewing their season tickets at the CBS Arena -Credit:PA Wire/PA Images

It may be all quiet on the Coventry City transfer front as the dust settles on another action-packed Championship season, but there’s plenty of interest and speculation about summer targets.

The Sky Blues have already been linked with Preston North End midfielder Alan Browne and Aberdeen’s young deep lying playmaker Connor Barron, while fans also await to see if the club take up a reported ‘first option’ on one of Peterborough United’s standout performers.

Meanwhile, Doug King has been on the radio to reiterate his ambitions for Premier League football, insisting the club’s recruitment department are “on it” as Mark Robins looks to strengthen the strong nucleus of his existing squad. That’s almost certainly set to be without out of contract Callum O’Hare, of course, who has been offered a fresh deal but looks set on a move to a higher placed club.

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There are question marks over a handful of contracted players, including the likes of Matty Godden and Ben Wilson, while there will be inevitable speculation about star midfielder Ben Sheaf’s future after the former Arsenal prospect has already been linked with interest from the likes of Fulham and newly promoted Ipswich Town.

Off the pitch, there’s been plenty of interest around season tickets and the fact that the club have frozen prices this year, which has gone down very well with supporters who started snapping up their tickets for next term from Monday. The announcement, however, has not been without controversy, notably around new rules relating to purchases in the Family Zone and the planned Ticket Exchange scheme.

Elsewhere, the club have announced that they are installing a safe standing area at the CBS Arena, starting in the South Stand next to the away fans and running into Singers Corner. So there’s plenty going on despite the closed season being well and truly underway.

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