ON THE MOVE?
Callum Wilson has reportedly told friends about his desire to leave Bournemouth following their relegation from the Premier League, and follow defender Nathan Ake in exit Dean Court ahead of the new Championship campaign.
Former Coventry City striker
scored eight times in 35 outings last season for the struggling Cherries, whilst being called up to Gareth Southgate’s most recent England squad last November.
Now, according to the Telegraph, the 28-year-old believes his best way of keeping his place in the England fold is to remain a Premier League player.
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Coventry City are one of the Football League’s most exciting young teams – and the stats prove it.
The Sky Blues have relied on academy products to help generate income from transfer fees and to boost their playing squad – but in recent seasons manager Mark Robins has targeted youth in the transfer market and has landed some of the best young players available to him.
Michael Rose, Dom Hyam, Liam Walsh, Callum O’Hare, Sam McCallum, Fankaty Dabo, Jordan Shipley and Zain Westbrooke were all under the age of 23 when the season began and all played vital roles in the club’s promotion triumph.
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Chief executive Dave Boddy has outlined plans for a special “membership package” which Coventry City fans will be able to purchase for next season.
It is still uncertain when supporters will be allowed back into grounds, as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Championship and Premier League matches took place behind closed doors when their campaigns resumed in June, while the Sky Blues’ League One term was curtailed.
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