Winger Michael McIndoe looks to be on his way out of Bristol City after the Robins accepted a bid from an unnamed club.
McIndoe`s future has been the subject of much speculation, and the Robins had agreed a fee with Sheffield United for him earlier this summer only for the deal to fall through.
Coventry are the latest club to be linked with the Scotsman, and City boss Gary Johnson told the club`s official website: "We can`t say too much but we have had a bid from a club and it has been accepted. Nothing`s done yet but Michael is talking terms with them."
Johnson is still hoping to make additions to his squad before the season starts and added: "We should have a goalkeeper in by Monday or Tuesday. We`ve found one that we didn`t think would be available.
"I`m still looking for a target man, but there`s nothing imminent at this time."
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