Lucas Perez
West Ham manager Manuel Pellegrini

It seems like Bristol City’s 24-year-old left-back Joe Bryan is hot property during the summer transfer window and a number of clubs are running after his signature.

Bryan is a product of Bristol City youth academy and made his senior debut back in 2011. Since then the highly sought-after-player has played in 229 games for the Robins – scoring 20 goals.

During the 2017-18 season, Joe Bryan played in 43 games for Bristol City and managed to score seven goals and provide two assists. And if everything goes right then the left-back could play in the Premier League next month.




It is being reported that clubs like West Ham United, Wolves and Newcastle United are interested in acquiring the services of the 24-year-old.




Joe Bryan’s current contract with Bristol City expires at the end of next season meaning if the interested clubs can push hard they can get the player at a cut price.



As per reports, Bristol City are currently holding out for a transfer fee of £6 million but with so many clubs interested in Bryan it wouldn’t come as a big surprise if the Robins decide to jack up the price.

The Daily Star have also reported that apart from the three Premier League clubs, German outfits Augsburg, Mainz and RB Leipzig are also keeping tabs on the player.




Well, we can understand why all these clubs are running after Joe Bryan given the fact that how talented the 24-year-old is.




Primarily a left-back, Bryan also has the ability to play on the right side of defence and during the 2017-18 season, he also played as a left-wing-back during a number of occasions.

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