skipper Gary McAllister is being linked with a move to Liverpool.
The 35-year-old midfielder, who is out of contract at the end of the season, has still
not agreed terms to extend his three-season stay at Highfield Road and is currently
thinking over the offer of a one-year contract.
He has attracted interest from Derby County and now Gerard Houllier is rumoured to be
keen to recruit his services if the Anfield side make it through to the Champions League.
Houllier dropped a hint of his interest when the two clubs met at Highfield Road a
month ago. In an interview he said:
"There are no particular players in Coventry that we are focusing on,
it is all of them although I do like McAllister, he is a good player I have always
McAllister would be unlikely to play every week for the Reds but the lure of Europe and
playing with top stars is bound to be attractive to the former Leeds and Leicester
Meanwhile City have just one game to end their dreadful away record.
Their 2-0 defeat at Newcastle means they have not won away from home in the league for
over a year and have just a trip to Watford before the end of the season.
Keeper Magnus Hedman will only be playing in that game Gordon Strachan will name
Steve Ogrizovic against Sheffield Wednesday to mark the veterans retirement.
"We have two games left and we have to go out to win them both. If we can pick up
maximum points it will be something positive we can take into next season.
"Our away record is extraordinary but it is something we must view as a challenge.
Whatever happens we will be left thinking that with just two or three away wins we would
be half way up the table."