Sources: Coventry City tell Pask to find a new club
Coventry City have told Josh Pask to find another club before the end of the summer transfer window, Football Insider understands.
The defender, 23, is out of contract with the Championship outfit next summer after signing a three-year deal in 2019.
A Coventry source has told Football Insider Pask has been given the green light to leave the club either on a free transfer or on loan.
The defender joined the Sky Blues on a free after leaving West Ham at the end of his contract.
However, the Championship side have decided not to try and tie him down and will instead allow him to leave this summer.
Pask struggled for game time during his first season with Coventry and had to wait until January 2020 to make his debut.
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He made just four appearances, two in the league, during the 2019/20 campaign as the club were promoted from League One.
The versatile defender started as a right-sided midfielder against Bristol City on the opening day of last season.
He featured four times in the club’s first seven league games before being sidelined by an ankle injury in October.
Pask had to wait until December before returning to a matchday squad and January before he made another league appearance.
He played a total of 17 times in the Championship to help Coventry to a 16th-placed finish.
However, manager Mark Robins has decided to allow Pask to leave the club before the end of the window.
The London-born defender has played a total of 22 times for Coventry City to date.
He also featured 15 times for Gillingham on loan from West Ham, although he never featured for the Irons’ senior side.