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‘Get the chequebook out Radrizzani!’ – Where next for this talented Bristol City player?



Bristol City left-back has been one of the Robins’ most consistent performers so far this season.

His impressive displays have helped Lee Johnson’s side to fourth in the table as its stands.

The 24-year-old fullback’s performances will undoubtedly have caught the attention of a number of clubs in the Championship and top-flight.

But which sides exactly should be looking at the Bristol City academy graduate?

The writers here at FLW have their say….

Alfie Burns

What an excellent talent the Bristol City left-back is.

The Championship’s big hitters will be taking a look, and surely some Premier League outfits will be monitoring his situation at Ashton Gate.

For me, I would love to see Leeds make a move for Bryan, who could be the man to fill the huge hole left by Charlie Taylor over the summer.

He’s suit Thomas Christiansen’s playing style perfectly, Get the chequebook out Radrizzani!

George Dagless

There’s bound to be interest.

Bryan has excelled this season at left-back and there’s a fair amount of clubs that would be better off with him.

Leeds need a new left-back, whilst Aston Villa need competition for Neil Taylor in that position.

I could also see the likes of Crystal Palace and Everton benefitting from signing him.

Chris Gallagher

He is easily one of the best left-backs in the Championship.

Bryan defends well and offers real quality going forward and has done for a few seasons now. Offers were made in the summer, believed to be from a Championship side, but Bryan could attract interest from the top tier.

Given the way the Robins are playing a move to someone in this league looks unlikely, however, Stoke City and Newcastle should be eyeing him to boost their squad.

ScoopDragon Football News Network

Article title: ‘Get the chequebook out Radrizzani!’ – Where next for this talented Bristol City player?

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