The Gunner has penned a permanent deal with the Reds and has the next six months to prove himself in order to renew his contract or look elsewhere
Ghana midfielder Emmanuel Frimpong has left Arsenal for Barnsley for an undisclosed fee.
The 22-year-old agreed a six-month permanent deal with the Reds in a bid to earn more game time ahead of the 2014 World Cup.
According to an official announcement from the Championship side, the Ghana international will be at Oakwell until June 30, 2014.
Frimpong has been with the Gunners over the past 13 years and has made 16 appearances for the senior side after graduating from the Arsenal Academy.
"AFC thank you for the memories thanks for the support thanks for the Love. I wish the team wins the league this year," he said via his Twitter handle.
He has been on loan at Wolves, Charlton and Fulham and could feature against Sheffield Wednesday at Hillsborough on Saturday.