FOOTBALL - Coventry City sign playmaker Rudoni from Huddersfield for undisclosed fee - The Coventry Observer

FOOTBALL - Coventry City sign playmaker Rudoni from Huddersfield for undisclosed fee

Aaron Sutcliffe 21st Jun, 2024 Updated: 21st Jun, 2024   0

COVENTRY City have completed the signing of midfielder Jack Rudoni from Huddersfield Town for an undisclosed fee.

The 23-year-old has signed a four-year deal with the Sky Blues after scoring seven goals in 84 appearances for the Terriers.

And Rudoni is looking forward to playing in front of the Sky Blues faithful at the Coventry Building Society Arena next season.

Rudoni said: “I am very happy. As soon as I heard of the interest, I was buzzing. I spoke to the manager and his staff and I got a great vibe and a sense of drive from everyone here, and that’s what I am about.

“This is a great fit for me and I am so happy to be here. The manager has said a lot to me about the club and the fans, and the people around the place.

“We all want success, and that’s the main thing. The manager has told me that this is a great place for me to develop and he feels I can push the squad forward.

“I can’t wait to get out on the pitch in front of the fans and have a great season.

“The atmosphere at the Coventry Building Society Arena was one of the first things I thought of when I knew that I was coming here. I have played there a few times over the years and the atmosphere is always great.”

Coventry boss Mark Robins added: “We’re excited to welcome Jack to Coventry City.

“He is a talented player with great technical ability, who is adept at getting the ball and driving teams forward and creating opportunities.

“Jack is a young player who we are sure will be popular with our supporters. We are looking forward to welcoming him to the club and to him continuing his development with us.”

Rudoni began his career with AFC Wimbledon where he scored 17 goals in 106 games during three seasons with the Dons.

He was an ever-present for Huddersfield in his first season with the club in 2022/23 and scored five goals last term as the Terriers suffered relegation from the Championship on the final day.

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