Barnsley have agreed a deal with Luton Town to sign Cameron McGeehan according to a report from the Bedfordshire on Sunday.
The Tykes have been interested in McGeehan in a while with reports first emerging about a potential back in the January transfer window. However that move would end up falling through because the two clubs couldn’t agree on the sell-on fee. But it seems like this time the two clubs have come to an agreement and that McGeehan will soon be becoming a Barnsley player.
While the transfer has not been 100% completed yet, most of the major details have been sorted and it is believed that everything will be confirmed later on this week. It is unknown what the fee will be for this move but reports from the January transfer window said Barnsley had made bids of £750K, so it would not be surprising for this deal to be worth around that mark.
The Tykes will be getting a player seen as one of the best in Sky Bet League Two, though he hasn’t been able to show that in 2017 due to a broken leg he suffered at the start of the year. Despite that though, he was still able to score 11 goals this season, a brilliant total for a striker considering the amount of games he played in never mind a midfielder. He was looking set to beat his previous season’s tally of 14 until the unfortunately injury but with this move close to completion, he’ll now hope to score that amount of goals in the Sky Bet Championship.