Coronation Street’s Todd to be exposed as Will returns in dark revenge plot

Coronation Street viewers are expecting a wild revenge plot as Will, the teenager Todd Grimshaw hired to help split Billy Mayhew and Paul Foreman up, returns to the cobbles.

The teen was spotted breaking into a property with a crow bar and Todd sprinted after the stranger until they fell to the ground – only to realise that it was Will.

When Todd spotted him, he realised that it was Will who posted a flyer that read, "Don't get too comfortable. Your lies will come out."

Todd assumed the note was from Paul – but when it was revealed that Will had returned, it was clear that the note was from Will, and that he was also the person who broke into the flat and put Summer's life in danger.

Will is attempting to blackmail Todd as he asked for £4,000 in exchange to keep quiet on their previous plot.

Fans quickly took to Twitter to welcome the return of Will for the revenge plot.

One use wrote: "Will is coming back to bite Todd on the a**."

Another added: "Will is back and Todd is shocked!"

A third person said: "Well done Will. Todd is going to be exposed very soon."

Will also revealed that if Todd didn't cough up the money, he has a USB drive filled with their texts planning the break up of Billy and Paul.

He revealed that the drive is currently being looked after by a friend who has been told to post it to the church if he doesn't return.

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