Bristol City star Alex Scott sends transfer message to Brighton, Liverpool and Wolves

Bristol City’s star boy could yet remain a Robins player this summer...

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Alex Scott may have dropped the biggest hint yet that that he could stay at Bristol City this summer…

The 19-year-old is in demand with a dozen Premier League clubs interested in him. Brighton and Liverpool are the two latest teams to be linked with speculation continue to rumble on.

His possible departure from Ashton Gate has been a constant discussion point in Nigel Pearson’s press conference over the last few months. Long-serving owner Steve Lansdown also spoke of whether the ‘Guernsey Grealish’ would be leaving.

In the latest development however, the Championship Young Player of the Year may have given the supporters the news they wanted. At Bristol City’s end-of-season awards, Scott took the Player of the Year award.

Fans submitted their votes and opted to go for Scott, though there was fierce competition across the team. The supporters could be repaid for their voting with the possibility of Scott staying around longer than expected.

When receiving his award, he said: “I’m buzzing. To get recognition from the fans is a special feeling. We’ve got so many top top players here, it was very competitive and I am very happy to receive the awards.

‘It’s been huge,” Scott to Robins TV when reflecting on the season.

“It’s been massive for me. As a team we’ve definitely progressed from last season. As a player on and off the pitch, I have progressed massively as well.

“I’m glad and I’m grateful to have played so many games and I’m looking forward to going again next season.”

Scott has five assists and two goals for City this season with one game remaining. He has now won two individual awards, both within the club and the division. He was also named in the Team of the Year at the EFL awards last week.

At City’s awards, Zak Vyner won the Player’s Player of the Year for the men’s, whilst Abi Harrison was the Player of the Year for the Women’s team.