Bryan has left Manchester City to join Sheffield United on a three-year deal.
Kean Bryan has left Manchester City to join Sheffield United on a three-year deal.
United have paid no fee for the versatile defender, although City will be due a cut of any future transfer.
Bryan was previously sought by Glasgow Rangers, and looked to be heading to Ibrox until his move collapsed last week.
But despite reports of a failed medical, Rangers boss Steven Gerrard later insisted his side had simply failed to reach an agreement with Bryan.
And Sheffield United have moved quickly to profit, making the 21-year-old their fifth summer recruit.
A product of the Manchester City academy system, Bryan made his name on loan to Oldham Athletic last season.
And fans of each of those clubs are tipping him for success at Bramall Lane…
— Kurt Andrew (@kurtyoafc) 2 August 2018
— Tom Taylor (@tomtaylor2988) 2 August 2018
@Daffin_SUFC rate player
— Alex Watson (@watson_alex16) 2 August 2018
@keanB07 go smash it mate thanks for all your hard work and professionalism last season, #twitterblades you have a TOP player on your hands here (future Captain) so please look after him and all the best for Saturday and beyond!! ⚽️
— Aaron Diskin (@AaronDiskin1) 2 August 2018
Great club for him to go to… I’d probably say better than a move to Rangers to be honest. All the best @keanB07
— Alex Mawer (@MawerOAFC) 2 August 2018
@keanB07 Very best wishes to you Kean in the latest section of your career. You will be a big success for the Blades (and thanks for all the pleasure you brought us, from https://t.co/PhIjEBORTK fans)
— Peter (@mcfc1943) 2 August 2018
Got yourself a fantastic player great professional on and off the pitch good luck @keanB07
— Lee Else (@leeelse) 2 August 2018
Brilliant signing for you. We went awful after he got injured. Such a versatile player who can pass a ball aswell. You’ve got a great player all the best @keanB07 you deserve championship football and will adapt easily I’m sure. #twitterblades
— RL (@oafcoafc1) 2 August 2018
glad he got a move and a better one than going to rangers . all the best
— thom (@tomdoyle1982) 2 August 2018
Bryan becomes the second Rangers-linked player to rock up at Sheffield United this week, after Liverpool loan midfielder Ben Woodburn.
Should Sheffield United fans be excited by Bryan’s arrival?