A number of clubs are looking at West Ham midfielder Conor Coventry for a second loan spell this season, according to ExWHUemployee.
The reliable Hammers insider has claimed on the West Ham Way Patreon that no talks have happened yet despite interests in the 21-year-old.
League One side MK Dons are keen, with boss Liam Manning a fan of the youngster having been his former academy manager at West Ham’s academy, but they need to move players on before they can complete a move.
The Irons recalled Coventry from his loan spell at Peterborough United earlier this month, and while he made just 12 Championship appearances, just a third of them were starts.
With Declan Rice, Tomas Soucek, Nikola Vlasic and the skipper Mark Noble all ahead of him in the pecking order right now, his first-team chances at West Ham remain slim, and a move elsewhere to play regularly would do his development some good.
Coventry proved himself to prospective suitors who may have been watching last night, doubling the under-23s lead during their 3-0 win over their Leeds United counterparts at Rush Green.
He will be keen to prove himself ahead of the summer and hope to force his way into David Moyes first-team plans going forward.
With Noble retiring, space could open up in the midfield for Coventry.
However, he will need to show that he can become a key player for the Hammers during his second loan spell this season.
The West Ham talent is clearly not short of suitors, and hopefully, he makes the right decision and moves to a place where he can further his development.
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