Manchester City youngster Kean Bryan is attracting Premier League interest from Brighton & Hove Albion following a successful year on loan at Oldham Athletic, according to journalist Alan Nixon.
Kean Bryan, who is aged 21, was named Young Player of the Year by Oldham Athletic after impressing hugely despite the club’s eventual relegation to League Two.
Kean Bryan managed to make 32 appearances in League One for Oldham Athletic last season and a further five appearances in cup competitions, gaining him much needed experience.
With a breakthrough into Pep Guardiola’s first-team seeming very unlikely, Bryan would undoubtedly be tempted by the chance to join Brighton if Chris Hughton follows up on his interest with a concrete bid.
England youth international Kean Bryan joined Manchester City at the age of 11, and made his U18s debut at 15 years old.
He started as a box-to-box midfielder but transformed into a centre back, the youngster likes to use his strength in possession, vision and passing ability to influence the game from the centre of the park.
In 2014/15 Bryan was involved in both the U18s and the EDS, featuring in the FA Youth Cup final, UEFA Youth League and the U21 International Premier League Cup.
He was a regular for the EDS in the first part of the 2015/16 season before undergoing surgery for an injury but he returned late on the in campaign.
He spent the 2016/17 season on loan at Bury and turned out 12 times in League One.