Craig Bryson has become a fan favourite at Pride Park as he consistently puts in good performances and has played a part in their promotion push up until this point.
Many Derby County fans will be praying that their side can work some magic from here on in until the end of the season, with a play-off spot possibly leading to a step up to the Premier League.
Although, Frank Lampard could lose one of his current first-team members come the end of the season.
What’s the news?
Kilmarnock have offered Craig Bryson a pre-contract deal, according to the Express.
Bryson is out of contract at the end of the current campaign, with his future at Pride Park surrounded with doubt.
Indeed, the Scotsman played for Scottish side Kilmarnock prior to his move to Derby, so it would come as no surprise if he decides to take up the offer to return to his former club.
Many fans will agree that Bryson’s experience has been very handy at times in the current campaign, but at the age of 32, it’s safe to say that his best years are behind him. However, with Mason Mount returning to Chelsea in the summer and Harry Wilson returning to Liverpool, Lampard will need to bring in a lot of reinforcements.
Bryson, who is valued at £1.35 million (by Transfermarkt), will always be remembered by supporters having made 246 appearances during his time at Pride Park, but a move away looks more realistic at this moment in time and it would be the best outcome for everyone involved.
Derby County fans, would you be happy to see Bryson go?
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