The City boss will almost certainly be looking for a striker, another side back and a number of attacking midfielders before their championship journey begins.
But what is the most recent of those related to the Coventry movements? Here is the last one we know.
Young wolf Renat Dadashov will be on Coventry’s radar this summer, but the Sky Blues will face competition from Birmingham City, according to reports in his home country, Azerbaijan.
The striker was a youth star in Germany before making his breakthrough in Portugal with Estoril. This is where he caught the attention of wolves.
Any move for Dadashov will be a loan, most likely, with Nuno Espirito Santo, anxious to keep the attacker who is committed to a long-term deal and allow him to act on loan for the first team.
Word on the future of Callum O’Hare seems to have become silent on all sides in recent weeks.
The Sky Blues still want to bring the former man from Aston Villa, now a free agent, to Ryton-on-Dunsmore, but no agreement has yet been signed.
Social media rumors, often based on accounts few people could trust, have linked the 22-year-old to Norwich City, Nottingham Forest and Birmingham City – but no such links have been found. established.
And while these clubs can keep a close eye on O’Hare (who wouldn’t?) And offer him a deal, if City misses his man this summer, Robins will almost certainly have alternatives in mind.
Sunderland is confident that Tom Flanagan will develop a new contract at the Stadium of Light in the coming days – but the player remains free to speak to rival clubs.
Coventry is on the verge of offering housing to the 28-year-old woman, according to reports in the northeast of the city, according to Birmingham.
But it now seems likely that he will stay with the Black Cats.
“I don’t think we are too far with Flanagan,” his boss Phil Parkinson told BBC Newcastle on Thursday evening.
“Flanno is a good boy, he was reasonable and we must move this agreement forward as soon as possible. “
The trio of champions from Nottingham Forest, County Derby and West Bromwich Albion have joined Coventry in the race to sign Chelsea star Ike Ugbo – but the same goes for West Ham, according to TeamTalk.
The 21-year-old would be on the Sky Blues radar this summer, with Robins likely to add at least one striker to his team.
But Coventry will face competition from three of its rivals who have all asked for information about Ugbo’s services in recent weeks, according to a report quoted by the Nottingham Post.
Frank Lampard said he very much hoped that the talented youngster would be loaned for the next term.
City has already drawn a Frenchman to the club this summer, Dacosta being unveiled on Monday, but if they add another, it seems unlikely that it will be Samuel Yohou.
The former Paris FC defender is now looking for a new club after his release in the French capital, but CoventryLive understands that, for the moment, his name can be removed from the list.
The club had its eyes on Yohou, especially at the beginning of the summer, but it is no longer considered a target.