Hull KR have revealed that they are in talks with local businessman, Tony Larvin over a 'significant investment' which could change the club's fortune.
The 48 year-old, who is a former junior player with the Robins, met with the club prior to Christmas and again this week and is set to invest a figure of £15 million.
Larvin told the Hull Daily Mail he is in the process of transferring the first installment which would immediately clear their £2 million debt.
Should the deal go ahead as planned, Larvin will take full financial control of the club with chairman Neil Hudgell and vice-chairman Rob Crossland remaining on the board.
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