Barnsley Football Club can announce that winger Harvey Barnes has been recalled by parent Club, Leicester City.
Barnes, 20, made 23 appearances for the Reds after joining in August, starting 18 games, and netted five goals, including a stunning strike against Sheffield Wednesday back in October.
The winger also provided four assists during his time at Oakwell and his tireless running up and down the flanks made him an instant hit with Reds supporters.
Barnes thrived through the month of October, earning himself the Reds’ Player of the Month award and was influential in the squad during their stunning run which saw them lose just one of eight matches between September and mid-November.
He was also selected for international duty with England’s Under 20s side, where he has scored twice in three appearances for the Three Lions.
We would like to place on record our thanks to Harvey for the contributions he made for the Reds where he has shown his class both by scoring goals on the pitch and being a consummate professional off it.
The Club would like to wish Harvey and Leicester City the very best of luck in the Premier League.