10 Championship free agents still available to Bristol City after transfer deadline

A look at the best available Championship free agents Bristol City can sign even with the transfer window now shut.

Bristol City may still be on the lookout for new additions after the transfer deadline.

The Robins have put together a solid start to the new season, sitting just outside the playoff position as things stand.

City appear to have improved significantly, but they have not added many new faces, with only four players coming in.

The Robins could yet move to add to their squad with free transfers, though, something they are still able to do.

Here we take a look at the top 10 available free agents.

Sol Bamba

Bamba, who enjoyed his most successful spell at Cardiff, is a free agent after leaving Middlesbrough.

The centre-back previously battled cancer, but he is now fit and almost ready, with the Robins already considering a deal.

Bamba is training with City, and he has already played for the under-21s.

Michael Hector

Hector is one of the most valuable players still without a club, leaving Fulham at the end of his contract at Craven Cottage.

The centre-back has been with Fulham since 2020, joining from Chelsea, where he came through the academy.

Leandro Bacuna

Bacuna has not managed to find a new club since leaving Cardiff City at the end of last season.

The 31-year-old joined Cardiff after a spell with Reading before spending three years in South Wales.

Danny Drinkwater

Drinkwater spent last season on loan at Reading before finally ending his dismal Chelsea spell.

He is now 32 years of age, and he is in search of a new club.

Ryan Bennett

Bennett has been a free agent since leaving Swansea City in the summer.

He spent two years in South Wales, previosuly playing for Wolves and Leicester City.

Orjan Nyland

Goalkeeper Orjan Nyland is still available having left Reading last season on the back of a short-term deal.

Nyland has also spent time with Bournemouth and Norwich City previously.

Andy Carroll

Carroll left West Brom at the end of last season, and he is now 33 years of age.

Andy Carroll was released by West Brom at the end of the season. Picture: Tony Marshall/Getty Images.

The striker has a complicated injury history, and that may be part of the reason he is yet to be snapped up.

Neil Taylor

The former Wales international left Middlesbrough after last season, and he is looking for a new club at 33 years of age.

Taylor has prebiously played for Swansea City and Aston Villa.

Robert Snodgrass

Snodgrass is now 34 years of age, and he finds himself without a club after leaving Luton Town on the back of a short-term deal.

It’s reported Snodgrass has offers from Scotland.

Gary Cahill

At 36 year of age, Cahill is the most senior player on this list.

Champions League-winner Cahill is available for free after leaving Bournemouth following the Cherries’ promotion.