Livingston FC is delighted to announce the signing of winger Steven Bradley from fellow cinch Premiership side Hibernian.
The 20-year-old from Glasgow joins on a 2-and-a-half year deal and will wear the number 16 shirt for the remainder of the 2022/23 campaign. Steven is in training with the club now but can’t officially feature for the Lions until the transfer window opens on 1st January 2023.
Steven travelled with the club to our camp in Turkey last week and netted in both matches against FK Liepāja and Fortuna Sittard as the Lions lifted the Titanic Cup.
After spending time at Rangers as a youth player, Steven signed for Queens Park and was handed his competitive debut as a 16-year-old in a League Two clash with Annan Athletic in March 2019.
He made five appearances for the Spiders before making the switch to Easter Road that summer and he made his Scottish Premiership debut for Hibernian, coming off the bench in a 4-0 win over Hamilton Academical in December 2020.
After then putting pen-to-paper on a new three-year contract in Leith last September, he went on loan to Ayr United where he made 15 appearances for the Somerset Park outfit, scoring twice. He returned to Hibs in January and came off the bench in their 2-0 defeat to Celtic at Celtic Park.
League of Ireland Premiership side Dundalk then announced Steven had joined on a season-long-loan on 1st February where the wide man made 35 appearances in all competitions, scoring 6 goals, with the Irish season just ending last month.
Manager David Martindale said: “Firstly, I would like to go on record thanking Hibernian for allowing the player the opportunity to join us here at Livingston.
“He now has the opportunity to play premiership football and from what I have seen over the last week, he will become a very important member of our first-team team squad here. He has fitted in very well with the group and I am really looking forward to working with Steven and hopefully see him push for a starting position in the coming weeks and months.”
Welcome to Livingston, Steven!