Coventry Heads For Fourth Loan Spell
West Ham United have today agreed to give midfielder Connor Coventry a one-year contract extension while immediately allowing him to join Sky Bet Championship outfit Rotherham United for the remainder of the 2022/23 season.
After confirming the departure of goalkeeper Darren Randolph to newly-promoted AFC Bournemouth earlier, Coventry becomes the latest player to make the move away from East London in this transfer window.
This will be the fourth time that the 22-year-old has left Stratford, having had previous spells at Lincoln City, Peterborough United and MK Dons during his career so far.
The young Republic of Ireland international has played in competitive action for the Hammers this season, while also being involved in a number of their Premier League matchday squads.
Coventry becomes the second member of Mark Robson’s Development Squad to have made the move out of East London this month, after Thierry Nevers did similarly and made the switch to Sky Bet League Two side Bradford City until the end of the current campaign.
If more moves are confirmed either in or out of Stratford before Tuesday’s deadline, then as always, this site will keep its readers up to date.