Barnsley have signed midfielder Cameron McGeehan from League Two club Luton Town for an undisclosed fee.McGeehan, who has not played since breaking a leg in January, has signed a three-year contract at OakwellThe 22-year-old began his career at Chelsea before moving on to Norwich City, who he captained to FA Youth Cup success in 2013.
He is Barnsley’s fourth summer signing, following the arrival of Stevie Mallan, Jason McCarthy and Liam Lindsay.”He has got a lot of experience in the game for someone so young and has already proved willing to relocate to better himself, so he will fit right in here. His energy and eagerness to learn will make him a valuable asset to the side,” head coach Paul Heckingbottom told the club website. McGeehan helped Luton win promotion back to the Football League in 2014 and Luton boss Nathan Jones said they had turned down a number of offers for him in past transfer windows”This one worked out to be a good deal for the club, for Cameron and for the squad moving forward,” he told told the Hatters website.Find all the latest football transfers on our dedicated page.
Source: BBC Beds