Coventry City are delighted to announce the signing of Kasey Palmer!
The 25-year-old midfielder has agreed to join from Bristol City for an undisclosed fee, subject to EFL approval.
Kasey has agreed a three-year contract with the Sky Blues.
Palmer came through the ranks at Chelsea, enjoying loan spells away from Stamford Bridge in the Championship and then the Premier League with Huddersfield Town between 2016 and 2017, after winning the Championship Play-Off Final with the Terriers. He would then feature in the Championship again for Derby County, Blackburn Rovers and then Bristol City.
He would make the move to Ashton Gate a permanent one in 2019, also having a loan at Swansea City during the first half of last season.
In total so far, his career has seen Kasey make 155 appearances and score 18 goals.
He has also been capped by England up to Under 21 level, being part of the side which won the Toulon Tournament in 2016, and has played one game for the Jamaican national side.
Manager Mark Robins said:
“We are delighted to welcome Kasey to Coventry City.
“He is a player with great technical and creative ability who we are excited to be working with.
“Kasey will add further quality to our squad, and brings much experience at this level too.”