Barnsley are keen on signing Plymouth Argyle defender Sonny Bradley, according to the Yorkshire Post.
The Tykes are preparing for life in League One next season following their relegation for the Championship. They are planning on bolstering their defence by the signing of Sonny Bradley.
The 26-year-old’s contract Plymouth Argyle is set to expire next month and he is believed to be weighing up his options. He has impressed for the Pilgrims in League One this season and is a man in demand.
Sonny Bradley started his career at his local side Hull City but only ever made 2 senior appearances for the East Yorkshire side. Instead he gained first-team experience during loan spells at Harrogate Town, IK Frej and Aldershot Town.
He was released by the Tigers in 2012 following their promotion to the Premier League and he joined Portsmouth on a free transfer. Bradley spent a season with Pompey in League Two before he signed for Crawley Town in 2014.
Bradley spent two seasons at Crawley and played 79 games for them before he was snapped up by Plymouth in July 2016. He helped them gain promotion from League Two in his first season at the club and has been a key player for them for the past two campaigns.
Sonny Bradley would be a good signing for Barnsley as he has experience at League One level and would give them more options in defence.