Coventry City have lined up a striker to replace Lukas Jutkiewicz if he joins Middlesbrough.
City boss has been courting the talented 20 year from Manchester City Alex Nimely, who has just returned from Middlesbrough on loan. Nimely could be at The Ricoh by Monday with the necessary paperwork being completed later today.
Sources close to the club suggest that another young striker is also being targeted by the club and they are hopeful that the deal will be completed before the end of the January transfer window.
Nimely was born in Monrovia, Liberia and he joined Manchester City in 2008 on a four year deal from Cameroonian side Coton Sport FC de Garoua. He has an English father and has played for England U20's.