Sources: Coventry City star Marosi undergoing Shrewsbury Town medical today
Coventry City goalkeeper Marko Marosi is undergoing a Shrewsbury Town medical today, Football Insider can exclusively reveal.
The Slovakian shot-stopper has been granted permission to head to the League One club to finalise a move.
A Shrewsbury source has told Football Insider that the club have reached an agreement with Marosi following a breakthrough in talks.
He is undergoing medical tests before putting pen to paper on a contract.
Marosi, 27, made 20 Championship appearances for Coventry last season.
He joined the Sky Blues in 2019 after his contract with Doncaster Rovers expired.
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In November, Marosi suffered what his manager called a “horrific” injury which ruled him out until the end of January. [Coventry Telegraph]
It was revealed the stopper had suffered a fractured eye socket and cheekbone after a clash with Cardiff defender Sean Morrison.
He returned quicker than expected but was dropped to second choice following his return.
Coventry finished 16th in the Championship after a strong end to the campaign.
Shrewsbury finished just one place below the Sky Blues after they finished their season in opposite form.
The Shrews won just one of their last 10 Championship games.
Marosi looks set to leave Coventry after making 61 appearances in all competitions.
Shrewsbury will be looking for a less disruptive 2021-22 after suffering heavily through covid issues.
The Shrews had an outbreak of coronavirus themselves while other fixtures were cancelled due to other club’s similar issues.