After gaining automatic promotion to the Championship from League One, winning the league title, Mark Robins has already made big strides to improve his squad this summer.
The likes of Gustavo Hamer, Julien Dacosta and Callum O’Hare have all come in and it now looks like the Sky Blues boss is set to make a move for another talented young player.
Football Insider claim that Robins has joined Huddersfield Town in their interest for United’s Garner as both sides look to make a loan offer to the Red Devils’ for the 19-year-old.
The talented midfielder is viewed as one of the brightest talents at Old Trafford, write Football Insider, and he has made seven first-team appearances thus far.
A potential move for Garner would see Robins stretch his new arrivals to seven players after signing Leo Ostigard from Brighton and Hove Albion on loan earlier this week.
Can Mark Robins do anything wrong? Again, if this transfer link is anything to go by, the Coventry boss keeps going for the right players.
His additions so far this summer have bolstered his squad for the better and a move for Garner, a player seemingly highly though of by United, would be a brilliant move.
Indeed, valued at £2.43m this is a player who has not only impressed at youth level for his club, but who has also represented England at under-17, under-18 and under-19 level. So far he has made five appearances for the latter, even scoring three goals despite being a defensive midfielder (Transfermarkt).
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