Luton Town have agreed a deal with former Plymouth Argyle defender Sonny Bradley, confirmed by their club website.
Luton Town have agreed a deal with Sonny Bradley that will see the central defender join the club when his contract expires at Plymouth Argyle.
Last week, Bradley declared that he would not be accepting the Plymouth’s offer of a new deal to stay in Devon, and Luton Town boss Nathan Jones has pounced and beaten off competition from a host of clubs to bring him to the Hatters.
The defender brings valuable experience of having played in the third tier for both Crawley and Plymouth, where he won promotion as League Two runners-up in 2016-17 before helping them finish seventh last term.
Bradley won the Plymouth’s player of the year award and was selected in the EFL League Two team of the season during their promotion campaign, and made 96 appearances as he became a real fans’ favourite during two years at Home Park.
Luton boss Jones said of his new first new addition of the summer: “Sonny is naturally left-footed, a real good size, an excellent defender and he gets goals from set plays, so he’s someone we have liked and have wanted to bring to Luton for a while.
“With us losing Scott Cuthbert and Johnny Mullins, it’s important that we have that experience and a leader around the place again, so we’ve added another real quality one to strengthen the squad. We’re delighted to have him here.”
Bradley was just as chuffed to get the deal over the line: “I’m delighted. It’s been a long couple of days getting down here, but I’ve finally got the paperwork and stuff signed, so I just want to get started now.
“I seemed to get linked with Luton every transfer window, but it’s just worked out well that coming into this summer I’m a free agent, so it made things quite easy. I met the manager and was really impressed with the plans. I’m just looking forward to getting started now.”