Coventry City will be paying Huddersfield Town a fee of £6m plus add-ons to land Jack Rudoni, according to journalist Alan Nixon.


Rudoni could not help Huddersfield avoid dropping into League One this season, but his reputation has not taken a hit.


Coventry have been keen to land the midfielder, however Huddersfield’s asking price of £10m was proving to be an issue for Mark Robins’ men.



It was claimed that Coventry are to pay around £5m for Rudoni, but it appears they are splashing out more.


The Championship side will pay £6m plus add-ons for the midfielder, giving Huddersfield a financial boost.



It remains to be seen how easily achievable the add-ons are, or how much extra they add to the final fee.


Coventry though feel Rudoni could be a key piece of their promotion push and are happy to pay the cash.



Rudoni, 23, played in both Huddersfield’s meetings with Coventry in the Championship in the recent season.