Arsenal are considering selling Ben Sheaf this summer, with The Sun on Sunday (2/8; page 61) reporting that Coventry City have made a six-figure bid for the midfielder.
Sheaf has only made a couple of appearances for the Gunners first-team. His debut came in the Europa League back in 2017.
He has however, impressed during a loan spell with Doncaster Rovers this past season. The 22-year-old made 38 appearances for Donny in all competitions, scoring twice and providing three assists.
And it appears that he is attracting attention this summer.
The Sun on Sunday (2/8; page 61) reports that newly-promoted Coventry have made a six-figure bid for the youngster. And it has been suggested that Mikel Arteta’s men are considering selling Sheaf.
TBR View: Time for Sheaf to leave the Emirates
It would be unfair to suggest that Sheaf cannot make the grade at Arsenal. Arteta has already shown that he has the ability to improve players and help them silence any doubters.
However, there is no question that it looks to be a tall order for the former England under-18 international to break into Arteta’s plans in the coming years.
Therefore, it may be best for all parties if the Gunners do decide to let Sheaf go this summer.
A move to Coventry looks to be an exciting opportunity with the Sky Blues now preparing for a return to the Championship.