Sheffield United are willing to let Kean Bryan leave following the arrival of Jack Robinson.
Bryan has been well out of favour ever since arriving at the club and has only played in the cup competitions this season. Already behind Jack O’Connell in the pecking order, the arrival of Jack Robinson now pushes him further down the list.
And according to respected journalist, Alan Nixon, the Blades are now willing to let Bryan move away from the club, with both Huddersfield and Charlton keen.
After coming through the ranks at Man City, Bryan arrived at Bramall Lane in the summer of 2018. However, a number of injuries curtailed his progress at Bramall Lane.
He made a decent impression in pre-season this time around but has struggled to make any first-team impact as yet. As such, a move away, possibly on loan, will now be the likely course of action.
Bryan was among a number of players mentioned by Chris Wilder a few weeks back in terms of who might leave. With Championship interest now reported, the 23-year-old could well decide the time is right to move on.
One that hasn’t worked out
For all the praise Chris Wilder gets as manager of the Blades, every so often, he does get something wrong.
This looks to be the case with the signing of Kean Bryan. Although he cost nothing, it’s been a bitterly disappointing episode for the defender at Bramall Lane.
Even when he has played, he’s often looked shaky and nervous. Furthermore, he appears to struggle with injuries, which never helps when a player is trying to establish himself.
A loan move at this moment in time might work wonders. Richard Stearman has recent joined Huddersfield, too. Bryan, then, might well find a move to the West Yorkshire outfit more appealing than a move down south.