England and Chelsea youngster Dujon Sterling is on the verge of completing a loan move with League One side Coventry City, this is according to report.
The Blues have a plethora of youngsters who are developing and in a bid to accelerate their development, they will be sent on a loan move – Sterling is one of the players Chelsea have decided to loan.
He joined the academy of Chelsea when he was only eight, but he’s ascended the grades of the club to feature for the Chelsea senior team in the EFL Cup against Nottingham Forest and Norwich in the FA Cup last term.
Following the prospect he’s shown, the newly promoted side are looking to snap a deal for him to make their journey to promotion from the third tier smooth, reports the Mirror.
Mark Robins is keen to lead Coventry to promotion and it is certain that sterling will have a taste of regular football with the Sky Blues.
Sterling is highly rated at Chelsea and he has been tipped to have a great future with the Blues.
He has featured for England at the U-16s, U-17s and U-19 levels but the impending loan move will facilitate his development.