Barnsley have completed the signing of Southampton defender Jason McCarthy on a three-year-deal.
The 6ft 1’ defender can operate comfortably at both right-back and as a central defender is manager Paul Heckingbottom's second summer signing.
McCarthy previously played for Wycombe Wanderers and Walsall.
“This was a really easy decision. I went and met the manager and I got a really good impression from him straight away. I felt comfortable and this felt like the right move, I was really impressed as soon as I came through the door.”
“I am really, really pleased to get Jason to join us. It’s an exciting signing and I think the fans will be really pleased. I primarily see him playing on the right-hand-side but he can also play at the heart of the defence as well. This is a really positive move and I am looking forward to Jason getting onto the pitch.”
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Preparations have started in St George's Square where a sea of blue and white is expected for the victory parade tonight.
The bus will leave the John Smith's stadium at around quarter to six and then head up Leeds Road to Northumberland Street and the square.
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