Will Michael Doyle Be Micky Adams Next Signing?

Last updated : 23 January 2011 By Covsupport News Service
If you believe the plethora of rumours going round at the moment, then Coventry City midfielder Michael Doyle could be the permanent signing on Monday that Sheffield United boss Micky Adams is looking to make.

The United boss is being quoted as saying: "In terms of bringing new players in, I think we could make a couple of additions, starting with a permanent signing maybe on Monday.

"I won't give anything away on name, position or club, but it's common knowledge that I'm looking to add some experience."

Doyle pictured above was replaced in the 66th minute of City's 2-1 defeat to Queens Park Rangers on Sunday lunchtime, is out of contract on June 30th at midnight and can talk to others clubs, sparking more rumours that Doyle has already agreed a two and a half year deal.

Speaking about Micky Adams before the Sky Blues played Sheffield United, Doyle told the CT: "It was brilliant under Micky who was a great manager to work for. I really enjoyed working under him and it is great to see that after stepping right down he is back up now.

"He has got a lot of character and that is what he is all about. And he has shown that now by getting what he has said himself is his dream job, so I am delighted to see him back up there."