CoventryLive understands that the agreement has been concluded between the two clubs and that personal conditions are about to be concluded with only a medical status preventing a delayed agreement by the coronavirus pandemic.
Sky Blues anxious to make sure Hamer is seated on doctor before putting a pen on paper when he moves, a doctor who has been pushed back several times due to the government’s strict international travel rules in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic.
Hamer will face a 14-day isolation period before he can meet with city medical staff, but the club hopes a negative test will allow them to close the deal as soon as possible.
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A week ago, Hamer was conspicuously absent from PEC Zwolle’s first training session in their new season, and he would have said goodbye to his teammates earlier this month as he celebrated his 23rd birthday.
Sources close to his club understand that he will begin his journey to the West Midlands today with his medical kit to follow as soon as possible.
Hamer could become City’s first summer acquisition if its move were to be completed in the coming days.
The club also remains keen to land young Aston Villa, Callum O’Hare, who will leave Coventry rivals in the Premier League on June 30, but rumors about his current situation have been silenced in recent years.
French side back Julien Dacosta is also considered a real target, but defender Samuel Yohou, who is due to be released by Paris FC tomorrow, is no longer on the club’s radar.