Sheffield Wednesday left-back Morgan Fox is reported to be considering an offer from Coventry City ahead of the new Championship season.
That’s according a report by TEAMTalk who claim that the 26-year-old, who has already snubbed a new deal at Hillsborough, is poised to make a decision on his future this summer.
Stoke City are thought to be leading the race for his signature but the Sky Blues, who are currently in Glasgow preparing of their pre-season clash with Rangers, also said to be in running.
The report also states that Nottingham Forest, Barnsley and Middlesbrough have approached him this summer – but that the Potters still remain in the driving seat.
Speaking back in March, Wednesday boss Garry Monk appeared confident that his left-back would stay in Sheffield but since then contract talks are said to have collapsed.
Fox, who has been a Championship regular for the best part of the last decade, has nearly 200 second division appearances to his name and turned out for Charlton Athletic and Notts County before joining Wednesday in 2016.
Mark Robins has already helped to strengthen his option at left-back this summer by securing the loan capture of Wolves youngster Ryan Giles.
The 20-year-old will be with the Sky Blues for the entirety of the 2020-21 season after enjoying a brief spell with City last term.