Duckens Nazon and James Pearson: Coventry City sign striker and defender

James Pearson
James Pearson is Coventry's 10th summer signing

Coventry City have signed Wolves striker Duckens Nazon on loan until January and also brought in defender James Pearson on non-contract terms.

Haiti international Nazon, 23, joined Wolves in January but is yet to make a first-team appearance.

Pearson, 24, the son of former Leicester City and Derby County boss Nigel, ended last season with Barnet.

Both players could make their debut in the League Two season opener against Notts County on Saturday.

Following their relegation to the bottom tier of the English Football League, Coventry boss Mark Robins has now made 11 summer signings.

The Sky Blues' summer business

Goalkeeper: Liam O'Brien (Portsmouth)

Defenders: Rod McDonald (Northampton Town), Dominic Hyam (Reading), Jack Grimmer (Fulham), James Pearson (Barnet)

Midfield: Michael Doyle (Portsmouth), Liam Kelly (Orient), Peter Vincenti (Rochdale)

Strikers: Marc McNulty (Sheffield United), Maxime Biamou (Sutton United), Duckens Nazon (Wolves)

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