Date: 18th July 2019 at 6:50am
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It’s been a busy old summer for Wolverhampton Wanderers Academy graduate Bright Enobakhare as for a long time it seemed he would be returned to former loan club Coventry City on a permanent deal, then he seemed to be in head coach Nuno Espirito Santo’s plans, and now he’s being linked with a move to Birmingham City.

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Coventry’s interest in seeing the 21-year-old return to them has been well stated on the rumour mill this summer and it’s believed there is a £600,000 offer on the table, but we threw that into doubt by optioning his 12 month extension amidst reports he would take part in our Europa League campaign.

He didn’t travel to China as expected owing to reported work permit issues, but now the Coventry Telegraph have claimed that Birmingham are tempted to make a permanent approach as they look to replace Che Adams.

The claims about his future seem set to run and run.

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