Cameron McGeehan is the second player this week to move from Barnsley to Belgian top flight club KV Oostende who are owned by the Reds' owners.

The midfielder has signed a permanent deal with Oostende, for an undisclosed fee, where he will join his former Oakwell team-mate Toby Sibbick who moved earlier in the week on a season-long loan with a view to a permanent deal. 

McGeehan, 25, has been with Barnsley for three years, scoring nine goals in 68 games but was sent out on loan in January to League One Portsmouth who had also attempted to sign him. 
Current head coach Gerhard Struber did not start McGeehan, only bringing him on twice as a substitute after arriving in November.