Coventry City have finalized the signing of Burnley defender Luke McNally and are about to announce, Sources told Football Insider.
The Championship club are prepared to take the 23-year-old centre-back on loan for the remainder of the season.
McNally is believed to have passed a Coventry medical and agreed loan terms.
Coventry beat Hull City and Sheffield Wednesday to win McNally.
The defender joined Burnley from Oxford United last summer but has found his first-team opportunities limited as the side finish top of the Championship.
McNally has had to be very patient in finding his chances at Turf Moor this season, with Vincent Kompany giving him just two first-team minutes in the Championship.
Both appearances came briefly on the bench, the first against Watford in August and his second against Sunderland two months later.
McNally has seen more minutes in both the FA Cup and Carabao Cup, but his combined minutes in all competitions this season is still just 154.
McNally was a regular starter for Oxford United last season, making 30 league appearances and playing more than 2,500 minutes.
He also showed his eye for goals, scoring four goals and assisting one for his former club in the league.
McNally should find more opportunities at his new club, with head coach Mark Robbins opting for a back three.
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