The 22-year-old defender has a release clause in his contract with the Sky Blues
Want-away Coventry City defender Jordan Turnbull is being targeted by Fleetwood Town.
The Telegraph understands that the 22-year-old is on manager Uwe Rosler's radar as the Cod Army boss continues his search for a left-sided centre-half ahead of the new League One campaign.
Turnbull is a year into his three-year deal with the Sky Blues but has a ‘get out’ clause which he can trigger before the end of the month after the club were relegated from League One.
The former Southampton defender, who was given 45 minutes against non-league Sutton United on Saturday, has not travelled to Spain for the club’s pre-season tour and was due to speak to another club this week.
Although Fleetwood are currently on tour in Austria, the defender may well have been up to the Highbury Stadium to discuss terms this week.
“Jordan Turnbull will probably be going to speak to someone else in the next 48 hours,” said City boss Mark Robins, speaking after his side’s 1-0 win at Gander Green Lane at the weekend.
“As everyone knows he has got a clause in his contract so he has got a few weeks left to close that out, whichever way that falls.