Barnsley have announced that Tom Bradshaw has opted to make his loan spell a permanent one with Championship side, Millwall.
The Tykes confirmed the news on their official website, and it will come as no surprise to see the deal being made permanent.
Bradshaw was unable to save the club from relegation last season, as they dropped out of the second tier, but he was a rare bright spark in a disappointing season.
He netted nine goals in that season, before moving to Millwall following Barnsley’s relegation in the summer of 2018.
His time with Neil Harris’ side has been disrupted with injuries and he has been out of action since November and will be looking to play his part in their season when he returns from the treatment room.
But how did Barnsley supporters react to Bradshaw’s departure?
It’s fair to say there were some sarcastic responses to this latest news.
See the best of the reaction from Twitter below….
3 days into the window and you’ve sold our best striker. Shocking.
— Chris (@CWRyder) January 3, 2019
That’s it. Promotion push over. No ambition.
— tolson (@jacktolson) January 3, 2019
Oh my god however will we manage
— John bedford (@Johnbed25585218) January 3, 2019
Bet Millwall are over the moon with this one ????????????????????????
— Steve Rose (@SteveRose1968) January 3, 2019
May as well say hello to league 2 now
— wannabe trap (@felixargylegood) January 3, 2019
Shocking decision from the board
— Tom (@TomMcAllisterr) January 3, 2019
— Matty Hugill (@mattdogbfc) January 3, 2019
Woodrow is miles better anyway
— Olly Dickens (@OllyDicko123) January 3, 2019
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