Luke Brattan decided to leave Brisbane Roar for a number of reasons, including not being paid as the central midfielder is owed money by the financially troubled Australian club but the biggest motive on Brattan’s decision to exit was because he wants to join a European outfit and actually get paid for his services.
The English Championship club Brighton & Hove Albion is one of the clubs which has been most consistently linked with Luke Brattan and a move might happen as this is what Brattan wants to happen.
Brattan hasn’t had any luck with his country Australia as he did not get any playing time in any of Australia’s latest World Cup qualifiers against Bangladesh and Tajikistan but even though he failed to get into the pitch for these games, his country mate Tim Cahill praised Luke Brattan.
Tim Cahill lauded Luke Brattan as the veteran player said: “I know for a fact that he has got it. This is a player who has got a style of control and passing similar to Bresh Bresciano. You guys might think that’s a big comment, but I think give it some time and this kid will be making some noises I really take a vested interest in these kids, the decisions they make, the way they train and are professionally.” Continue reading Luke Brattan left Brisbane Roar as he wants to make a European move