Coventry City manager Mark Robins has revealed that no clubs have made contact over a possible move for highly-rated midfielder Tom Bayliss, despite reported interest from a number of sides.
As covered here on The72, Coventry City midfielder Tom Bayliss has been attracting the attention of a number of Premier League and Championship clubs. The likes of second tier trio West Brom, Leeds United and Middlesbrough have all been credited with interest in Bayliss, with Premier League clubs Liverpool, Everton, Newcastle United and Sheffield United also linked.
But despite the reported interest in England youth international Bayliss, Sky Blues manager Mark Robins has revealed that the club are yet to receive any contact over the midfielder.
Speaking to the Coventry Telegraph, Robins said:
“No-one has asked us the question. It’s speculation.
“As far as I am aware no-one has made any inquiries to the club all summer, or for a fair period of time.
“But that doesn’t mean to say that there isn’t any interest. But at the minute no-one has contacted us.”
The 20-year-old broke into the Coventry City first team during the 2017/18 season, as manager Mark Robins guided the Sky Blues to promotion to League One. The youngster made 32 appearances, scoring six and assisting four in an impressive debut campaign. He went on to feature regularly for the club in the 2018/19 season as well, playing 41 times in all competitions, scoring three and assisting three.
It awaits to be seen if any of the interested clubs launch a move for Bayliss, or if he remains with the club for the 2019/20 season.