Coventry are not expected to make a move for Manchester United midfielder James Garner, as per a report by the Manchester Evening News.
After a successful title-winning League One campaign, Sky Blues boss Mark Robins has been working hard over the summer to add strength and depth to his squad.
The likes of Gustavo Hamer, Julien Dacosta and Callum O’Hare have all come in to hand Robins a strong squad as the Championship season begins.
An opening day defeat to Bristol City sees Coventry approach Friday evening’s game with Queens Park Rangers looking for their first league victory.
With the transfer window open until October 16, another talented young player in the name of Garner has been linked with Coventry.
The teenage Man United talent is said to be available on a season-long loan deal with the likes of Huddersfield Town also showing interest.
However, it is now being reported that United are unsure whether a loan move to the Sky Blues or Huddersfield will work, looking at other Championship clubs as potential suitors for the midfielder.
Highly regarded as one of the brightest talents at Old Trafford, the 19-year-old has so far made seven first team appearances for the Premier League side.
Coventry boss Mark Robins may feel slightly frustrated over this but he has already made good enough signings this summer that should be adequate enough to have a productive Championship season.
The squad in general does look in a good place, although Robins may opt to add a couple of extra names before the window shuts.
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