Norwich City`s forgotten man, Tony Andreu is set to sign on yet another loan for Coventry City according to the Coventry Telegraph
The Telegraph understand that Andreu has agreed terms with the Sky Blues and could sign to join up with the squad for the away game at Grimsby this weekend.
Former Canary, Mark Robins is in charge at the Ricoh Arena these days and it seems that Andreu was wanted by several League One clubs.
Andreu joined Norwich for £1m and followed Alex Neil down from Hamilton in January 2015, becoming Neil`s first signing for his new club.
Andreu scored 13 goals in 31 appearances for Dundee United, while on loan last season and hit an impressive 25 in 58 games for Hamilton as Neil took the Accies to the SPL.
Never really given a chance at Norwich, even by Neil, it was inevitable that Tony would move again sooner or later although you’d think a permanent move would be better for him. I can’t imagine he’s short of suitors in Scotland.
UPDATE: After all the talk of a loan, Tony has in fact left the club by mutual consent, joining Coventry City on a two year deal.
All the best fella.