Coventry City will face competition from rivals Birmingham in their pursuit of Wolves striker Renat Dadashov this summer, claim reports in his home nation of Azerbaijan.
The six-cap international is understood to be on Mark Robins’ radar at Ryton-on-Dunsmore ahead of the club’s first season back in the Championship.
But reporters at Azerbaijani sports site Fanat claim that the 21-year-old has been subject to an approach from Blues ahead of next season who are keen to re-ignite their interest in the forward.
Pep Clotet’s side tried to land the former Germany youth star in January after talks to sign ex-Coventry loanee Bright Enobakhare collapsed on deadline day.
Dadashow was hurried to St. Andrews as a back-up but the move collapsed just minutes before the window closes.
The Sky Blues are in the market for forwards this summer, amongst other areas being targetted by boss Robins.
The club will be exploring a long list of targets to offer Matty Godden competition in attack for City’s first season back in the Championship.
Sources close to the striker have told CoventryLive that interest has been shown by the Sky Blues.
Any move for the forward is expected to be a loan move with his current deal at Wolves set to run until 2023.