Former Aberdeen left-back Max Lowe is now a Premier League player, swapping Derby County for Sheffield United.

The 23-year-old spent time at Pittodrie during the 2018/19 season, making the left-back position his own during 42 solid Reds performances. It helped him cement a place in Derby plans last season, where he made 31 appearances.

Max Lowe is now a Blade following his time at Derby County. (Photo by Mark Runnacles/Getty Images)

His form has caught the eye of Chris Wilder at Sheffield United, who has moved to make Derek McInnes’ former full-back a Premier League player.

Lowe has signed a four-year deal with the Blades, arriving as part of a deal which also sees fellow Rams defender Jayden Bogle move to Bramall Lane.

Sheffield United’s new man is a Derby youth product and had a spell out on loan at Shrewsbury Town before his switch to the SPFL. Lowe’s stint at Aberdeen helped him get settled into football at the senior level, undoubtedly therefore helping him complete a Premier League move.

Those at Pittodrie will no doubt be delighted for the former Red.

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