Coventry City have concluded their transfer business, both in and out, in the Summer transfer window.
During this Window, attacking midfielder Kasey Palmer arrived from Bristol City for an undisclosed fee, signing a three-year deal with the Sky Blues.
Callum Doyle signed on loan from Premier League giants Manchester City in July, the 18-year-old central defender agreeing to a season-long loan.
21-year-old defender Jonathan Panzo arrived in July from Nottingham Forest on loan until the end of the season.
Meanwhile, left wing back Tayo Adaramola joined in July from Crystal Palace on a season-long loan deal.
Dermi Lusala and Tom Costello joined the Sky Blues from Tottenham Hotspur and Wigan Athletic respectively, linking up with the Under 23s squad.
Departing the Sky Blues, centre half Dom Hyam joined Blackburn Rovers in August for an undisclosed fee after over 190 games for the Club.
Also departing during the window were midfielder Jordan Shipley, who left in May for Shrewsbury Town after 163 games and 20 goals, and young defender Declan Drysdale who joined Newport County in June.
Winger Jodi Jones and defender Josh Pask departed at the end of their contracts, as did Under 23s midfielders Jonny Ngandu and Aaron Evans-Harriott.
Elsewhere, full back Julien Dacosta made a loan move to Shrewsbury Town and Danny Cashman joined Walsall on loan – with both deals until the end of the season.
Chief Executive Dave Boddy said:
“We have now concluded our transfer business for the Summer transfer window.
“A priority for us and for fans was to keep the nucleus of the squad together in this window, and that is something we have been able to achieve.
“We know we have a squad and staff capable of improving early results and creating more great memories for Sky Blues fans, as they have done over recent years.”