Sky Blues defender told his future lies away from Coventry City after talks with manager
Coventry City boss Mark Robins has confirmed he is looking to find a new club for defender Kevin Malaga.
The French centre-half signed a three-year contract with the Sky Blues under previous manager Andy Thorn in the summer but Robins has said he will help the 25-year-old in a search to get him games elsewhere.
"I'll make Kevin available for a permanent transfer and see if I can help him on his way," Robins said.
"There's other people in front of him, he's just come in and I've just come in and we'll help him on his way and that may free some funds up for me to do something else with."
Malaga has made two starts for City in his time at the club so far in the 1-1 and 2-2 respective home draws with Sheffield United and Bury.
But Robins added there may be more first team members who will need to seek pastures new.
"There will be others as well where we will see if we can get them games and we can freshen things up slightly."