Bristol City loan Liverpool winger Ryan Kent

Aubrey Yates
January 13, 2018

Bristol City have confirmed the signing of winger Ryan Kent on loan from Liverpool until the end of the season.

He had a disastrous loan spell at Bundesliga outfit Freiburg in the first half of the season and the lack of opportunities forced Liverpool to cut short his stay in Germany.

Kent, who was given a new long-term contract by Liverpool back in August, shone in the Championship for Barnsley last season.

"I'm excited to be at Bristol City - they have a great manager in Lee Johnson".

Either way, the England youth player offers the club a talented option out wide as they pursue an outside chance of glory in the Carabao Cup, in which they trail Manchester City 2-1 heading into the semi-final second leg, as well as the league where they sit well positioned in fourth place.

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Kent arrives at Ashton Gate with Championship experience after spending last campaign with Barnsley where he was crowned their Young Player of the Year.

The Times footballer reporter Paul Joyce says the youngster has joined the Championship promotion-hopefuls on loan until the end of the season.

Former Under-21 captain Cameron Brannagan meanwhile has left the club on a permanent basis, signing a three-and-a-half year deal with Oxford United for an undisclosed fee. He's got the team playing good football this season.

"It is a long season, there is enough to do for all of the boys, so no rush in that, we can't help other clubs until we think about ourselves".

The Bristol City boss is also thankful towards Liverpool for entrusting them with Kent's development at a crucial stage of his career.

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