Tony Andreu: Coventry City sign Norwich City midfielder on free

Tony Andreu
Tony Andreu (right) started his career in France but has also spent time on loan at Rotherham

Coventry City have signed Tony Andreu on a two-year deal after the midfielder left Norwich City by mutual consent.

The Frenchman, 29, joined the Canaries from Hamilton in February 2015, but made only eight first-team appearances.

He spent last season on loan at Dundee United in the Scottish Championship, where he scored 19 goals in 43 games.

"He is a goalscoring number 10 and a versatile attacking player that can play anywhere along the forward line," said Coventry boss Mark Robins.

Checkatrade Trophy holders Coventry have now made 12 summer signings following relegation from League One in May.

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), Tony Andreu (Norwich City)

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

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