Luton Town are stepping up their interest in Plymouth Argyle defender Sonny Bradley, according to the Plymouth Herald.
The 26-year-old is out of contract at Plymouth next month and could leave them on a free transfer. He has been offered a new deal by the League One side but is believed to be weighing up his options.
Bradley has impressed for the Pilgrims this season who narrowly missed out the Play-Offs under Derek Adams. Scottish Premier League sides Rangers and Hearts have also been linked with the 6ft 5inc defender.
Luton Town are keen to bring him to Kenilworth Road for next season. Nathan Jones is looking for potential signings to bolster his squad in preparation for their League One campaign next term.
Sonny Bradley has established himself as a top defender in the lower leagues and would be a decent signing for Luton on a free transfer. He started his career at Hull City but never broke into the first-team but is working his way back up to the Championship now.
Bradley had loan spells at Harrogate Town, IK Frej and Aldershot Town during his time at Hull and joined Portsmouth on a free transfer in 2013. He spent a year with Pompey in League Two before he was snapped up by Crawley Town in 2014 for an undisclosed fee.
He could not prevent Crawley from slipping into League Two in the 2014/15 season and stayed for a year with them in the fourth tier before he joined Plymouth Argyle. He has been a key player for the Pilgrims ever since but could be set for a move away this summer.