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Coventry City transfer talk - week 2

Coventry City transfer talk - week 2

Two weeks since the end of the Championship season and the focus of Coventry City's transfer attentions over the past seven days has widened to take in all areas of the pitch.

Guillaume Beuzelin - the cultured Hibernian midfielder is reportedly set to sign for the Sky Blues when his contract with the SPL side expires.

David Bell - Luton Town star who ended the season on loan at Leicester due to the Hatters' financial problems.

The Foxes are keen on a permanent deal as are Coventry and other Championship clubs.

Dean Leacock - a former Sky Blues loanee, the centre-half is likely to be offloaded by Derby County in the summer.

Leacock came through the ranks at Fulham and is well-known to Ricoh Arena boss Chris Coleman.

Kasper Schmeichel - City's pursuit of the Dane is on hold as he is currently on Manchester City's post-season tour.

Freddy Eastwood - a number of other clubs have been linked with the forward, including Norwich City and Crystal Palace.

He is still thought however to favour a move to join Coventry.

Writer:CCFC
Date:Sunday May 18 2008
Time: 12:00AM

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