Coventry City are to bring Mark Robins back to the Sky Blues, according to the Coventry Observer.
Robins, known for his playing career at Manchester United and Norwich City, took over in September 2012 but left in February 2013 just before the club suffered a points deduction after claiming that he had Sky Blue blood.
Robins went to Huddersfield Town after walking out on City, something many fans ahnave not forgiven him for, and stayed there until he was sacked early the following season after a 4-0 defeat to AFC Bournemouth.
He was appointed manager of Scunthorpe United in October 2014 but in January 2016 and after a run of two wins in eight matches he was sacked.
The 47 year old Robins, is expected to be appointed as manager tomorrow and it will be announced if it is for the rest of the season and next season which may well be in League 2 or just for the rest of this season.