Plymouth Argyle playmaker Graham Carey is being linked with a move away from Home Park with Coventry City the rumoured destination.
The Pilgrims have offered Carey a new deal but if he decides on seeking a fresh challenge he would be available on a free transfer.
The twenty-nine-year-old Irishman joined the Pilgrims in the summer of 2015 and has made close to two hundred appearances for the Devon outfit scoring forty-nine goals.
It is not the first time Carey has been linked with a move away from Argyle, the firm fans favourite was the subject of keen interest from Sheffield United on the expiration of his last contract two years ago, but to the delight of the Green Army, he chose instead to stay put on an improved deal.
With Plymouth facing the prospect of League Two football next season, it could now be the time for the talented and experienced Carey to move on. However, Plymouth Live is suggesting that his decision hinges on who Argyle appoint as the permanent replacement for Derek Adams in the managerial hot seat.
Carey would seem an ideal target for Coventry who look likely to lose a couple of their young stars in the summer.
They have already been linked with Kyle McFadzean the experienced Burton Albion defender suggesting manager Mark Robins is looking to add experience to his squad.
However, it seems more likely to me that if Carey does move it may well be to the next club that employs Derek Adams.
The two worked closely together at Ross County before they linked up at Argyle and have a good relationship.
I think the chances are Carey will probably leave Argyle, he is much better than League Two, but I’m not sure the destination will be Coventry.