Coventry City midfielder Aron Gunnarsson could be making a move away from the Ricoh Arena this summer after attracting interest from a host of high profile clubs.

Henderson and Gunnarsson celebrate together at Ewood Park
Henderson and Gunnarsson celebrate together at Ewood Park

The Icelandic international has been in superb form this season and the youngsters whole hearted performances have not gone unnoticed as both Bolton and Scottish giants Celtic are reportedly ready to table offers in the region of £2m.

His popularity with the supporters has grown and his determination and attitude are just two key factors which have led to the 19 year old cementing himself as a fans favourite with the Coventry faithful.

Gunnarsson played another full ninety minutes in the draw with promotion chasing Crystal Palace at Selhurst park on Tuesday night, scoring his second goal in a Sky Blue’s shirt in the process and the midfielder felt he was able to have scored more and secured three points for his side.

“I thought we were playing great and we definitely played the better football. I know I scored but I should have had a couple more and I’m not the kind of player who will be happy with myself having scored if I know I could have scored more,”
he told the Coventry Telegraph.

“We lost two points on Tuesday night and even though I got my second goal for Coventry I am very disappointed with myself because I could have got a hat-trick.”

The Sky Blues travel to Plymouth on Saturday and are hoping to snatch three vital points to build on their top half finish but Gunnarsson feels his side will have no problems should they carry on where they left of in mid-week.

“If we can play the same against Plymouth as we did against Crystal Palace then I think that can only be good because I think we can beat them if we put in that kind of performance again.”

Meanwhile England under 19 international Jordan Henderson has ended his loan spell with the Coventry City and returned to Premier League outfit Sunderland.

The 19 year-old, who made 12 starts for Chris Coleman’s side has on loan until the end of the season but picked up a foot injury which has kept him out of action for the past couple of weeks.



  1. Losing Gunnarsson would be a serious blow to the sky blues, but we have to be grateful for some of the memorable moments he’s given the club this season. The 90th minute throw leading to an equalizer against Newcastle that bought us extra time in the Carling Cup, and the wonder-goal against Blackburn in the F.A cup.

    Alright clive, howy’doin.

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