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Three transactions that will occur at Coventry City in January are predicted to be Bidwell out, Kadri in.

After their excellent tenures with the Sky Blues, Viktor Gyokeres and Gustavo Hamer left for greener pastures, giving Mark Robins the money to bolster many positions in his squad.

FLW examines a few potential transfers for the Sky Blues during the January transfer window.After so many changes, it is understandable that it is taking City some time to truly gel as a new team, but we might see some more take shape in the January transfer window, which opens at the beginning of 2024.

Let’s examine THREE transactions that could occur when the transfer market reopens, both inside and outside the Coventry Building Society Arena.

There was always going to be concern that the aforementioned Hamer, who left for Sheffield United in a £15 million move back in August, would be tough to replace because he contributed significantly to the squad both on the defensive and offensive sides of their play.

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The signing of Yasin Ayari on loan from Brighton has proven that to be the case, but the Swedish player is only a temporary fix, and Robins also needs a more long-term one.

The Coventry team could need a little bit more imagination in the middle, so they should go after Kadri in January.

Should he be selected, Kadri may become the latest North African star to thrive at the CBS Arena after Coventry had success with Mustapha Hadji in the past.

Bidwell, who started as Coventry’s starting wing-back for the entire previous season, has fallen down the pecking order as a result of the summer acquisition of Jay Dasilva from Bristol City.

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Should he be selected, Kadri may become the latest North African star to thrive at the CBS Arena after Coventry had success with Mustapha Hadji in the past.

Bidwell, who started as Coventry’s starting wing-back for the entire previous season, has fallen down the pecking order as a result of the summer acquisition of Jay Dasilva from Bristol City.

After playing for Brentford, Queens Park Rangers, and Swansea before moving to the Midlands, Bidwell brought a wealth of Championship-level experience to Coventry’s squad and starting 11, but under Robins he now finds himself as a bit-part player.

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Although Bidwell’s contract doesn’t expire until the summer of 2025, there may be a way out if he wants to play more first-team games in January. Championship clubs are sure to be interested.

If Bidwell leaves in January, it’s likely that Coventry will use any money they may have left over from their summer sales to search for a player who can play at left wing-back.

Burrows, a player for Peterborough United who is 21 years old and already has a tonne of experience, can also play wing-back and midfield.

Burrows may contribute inventiveness, and with a contract that expires in 2025, should Posh choose to exercise his available one-year extension, the teenager might be acquired. Burrows had four goals and eight assists for Peterborough last season.

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