The Sky Blues confirmed their first summer singing earlier this week, when centre-back, Kyle McFadzean agreed to join from Burton Albion.
The centre-back will complete his move upon the expiry of his contract at the Pirelli Stadium, linking up with the Sky Blues ahead of the 2019/20 campaign.
Having started his career in his hometown of Sheffield, with United, McFadzean would make his first career move, joining Alfreton Town in the then Conference North.
After spending three years in Derbyshire, Kyle joined Crawley Town, who were on a rise through Non-League and their eyes set on jumping into the Football League for the first time in the club's history.
This was completed in 2011, when the centre-back helped to guide Crawley into League Two, winning the Conference Premier.
The following season would see more promotion joy for the Red Devils, as they secured back to back promotions at the first attempt of asking, finishing third in League Two.
After spending a year in League One with Crawley, McFadzean made the move to Milton Keynes Dons in 2014 and within one season, he had another promotion on his CV, as MK finished second in League One, earning Kyle his third promotion in just four years.
MK would spend just one year in the Championship and following their relegation, the centre-back joined newly promoted Burton Albion.
The Brewers maintained their Championship status for two years before suffering relegation back to League One, where McFadzean spent the 2018/19 season, before agreeing to join the Sky Blues.