Andy Yiadom rejects Barnsley offer for new contract

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The Ghanaian international is expecting Huddersfield Town to return with a third bid for his services

Ghana defender Andy Yiadom has rejected a new contract offer from Championship side Barnsley as he expects Huddersfield Town to launch a new offer for his services, according to SkySports.

The Premier League’s new boys reportedly made offers of £1 and £1.5 million for the defender earlier in the transfer window, both of which were turned down.

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The 25-year-old full-back who can also play across all defensive positions and in midfield has also attracted interest from Swansea City.

Yiadom, who joined the Oakwell side on a free transfer from League Two side Barnet in May last year, has just one year left on his contract and is wanted by a host of clubs.

He picked up three assists in 32 league appearances for the Tykes, last campaign.

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