Barnsley have made Belgian striker Aaron Leya Iseka their fourth signing of the summer.

The 23-year-old, whose brother Michy Batshuayi plays for Chelsea, has signed a four-year contract after joining from Toulouse on an undisclosed fee.

Iseka began his career at Anderlecht where he spent four years but never started a league game.

He spent a season on loan at French giants Marseille and another at Zulte Waregem where he scored nine goals in 32 games.

He joined Toulouse in 2018 and scored six times in 50 appearances for them in the French top flight before being loaned last season to Metz in the same division and netting four goals in 21 games.

In total, he has 16 goals in 110 league games – most of which have been off the bench. He has 16 caps and four goals for Belgium under 21s, for whom he played with Obbi Oulare who joined the Reds last week.