Stoke, Fenerbahce & Galatasary keen on striker
Marlon King's agent Tony Finnigan has never been backward in coming forwards to promote the interests of his client and, at the same time as King was telling the Coventry Telegraph that he was 'happy and settled' at the Ricoh Arena, Finnigan has been busy stoking up interest in the player whose contract expires this summer.
He told skysports.com: '(Marlon) is out of contract in the summer, that is no secret.
'The ball is in Coventry's court at the moment, but we are fielding a number of enquiries.
'Marlon has shown his quality this season and proven he can still score goals at a top level.'
The initial furore over King's return to football has died down somewhat now and a Premier League side such as Stoke City, who have been credited with an interest in the player, may feel that they can now move freely for a player who has been 'rehabilitated' by his spell with the Sky Blues.
On King's part he has repaid City's gamble with a string of top quality performances and plenty of goals but his loyalty is unlikely to stretch to signing a new contract with the club given their mid-table position and the reported keenness of Fenerbahce and Galatasary among others.